As care continues to move into the home, traditional Medicare-approved services like skilled nursing and home health care are no […]
Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah (below) was profiled in HISTalk, where he talked about the impact of the pandemic on […]
FirstLight Home Care, a leading national provider of non-medical home care services, announced it would join Dina’s digital home care […]
The market for services and technologies to help patients remain at home is one of the fastest growing healthcare segments. […]
Dina, a Chicago-based startup developing an AI-powered at-home care platform, today announced it has raised $7 million. The company says […]
BrightStar Care — one of the largest home care franchisers in the nation — is joining Dina’s digital home care coordination network. The home care and senior living franchise organization hopes to enhance its ability to work with hospital and health plan partners.
BrightStar Care, a national provider of homecare and medical staffing services, will join Dina’s digital home care coordination network. With […]
After weeks — in some cases, months — of closures due to the coronavirus, businesses across the U.S. began reopening […]
The New Orleans Business Alliance and the Tulane Health System have named Dina the winner of its 2020 Transition of […]
Can AI-powered solutions help our fast-growing senior community live at home on their own terms? Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah […]
For Bayada Home Health Care, the idea of implementing a sensible COVID-19 screening process began with pieces of paper. After […]
Dina, a Chicago digital health technology company, is planning a bigger push into the Philadelphia market as it embarks on […]
As the coronavirus has completely upended “business as usual,” Chicago-based companies are coming up with ways to innovate and offer […]
Medicare Advantage (MA) is on track to become a major payer for non-medical home-based benefits. Home care providers need to […]
Health systems have been testing out mobile health communications platforms for quite some time to improve care team coordination, but very few have developed such a robust social media platform and this is the first I’ve seen a machine learning enabled digital assistant incorporated into the mix.
PreparedHealth, a Chicago startup that’s using social media and Big Data to help patients recover more quickly and stay out of the hospital, has attracted $4 million from several well-known investors.
Every day, approximately 10,000 people turn 65 years old. By 2050, it’s estimated that people over 65 will represent more than 20 percent of the population, up from 15 percent today.
Healthcare is in the midst of groundbreaking change, moving from a B2B model to a B2C model, and from physicians and administrators as the boss to patients as the boss.
Prepared Health is a Chicago-based company that is a little over four years old. Our platform connects hospitals and health plans to post-discharge providers such as post-acute care facilities, home care, and social determinants of health partners.
Home health aides are uniquely positioned to capture rich and timely data while caring for patients in the home. But data alone is not enough to impact outcomes. The real value comes from coupling point-of-care data with actionable insights for care.
Centegra Health System found that when case managers, home health aides, physical therapists and other care providers could easily communicate with each other about a shared patient, good things happened.
Jefferson Health — a 14-hospital system with more than $5 billion in revenue — is turning to Dina to fill communication gaps with its home health partners.
Home Health Care News sees the value in DINA and how AI has the potential to change patient care.