TruSense Empowers Proactive Health
Those on the front lines of healthcare — physicians and hospitals, professional in-home care providers, and healthcare payors — have everything to gain by providing individuals the means to measure and share their most vital health metrics. More data means better awareness, leading to stronger chronic disease prevention, a healthier population, and lower healthcare costs for all.
Partner with TruSense and you’ll become a more trusted partner to your patients or clients, as they’re more likely to see their health improve and health insurance claims decrease.
The TruSense Difference
TruSense pairs best-in-class biometric devices with a single platform for recording and sharing vital health data with providers of care.
We also understand that each person’s wellness journey is unique. TruSense is designed with the flexibility to reflect the specific circumstances of a person’s health. This allows individuals and those involved with their care to not only curate realistic, actionable health goals, but to also be alerted when measurements fall outside of appropriate ranges.
Research shows that those with chronic conditions who self-measure key health biometrics and share their results with their healthcare provider:
- Reduce their overall healthcare spending
- Have fewer hospitalizations
Why It’s Time to Act
The current state of chronic illness is among the most dire public health and financial issues facing the U.S.:
- 60% of American adults have at least one chronic condition.
- Chronic conditions account for 86% of healthcare spending and are responsible for 7 out of 10 deaths in the U.S.
- For employers, the average cost of health insurance premiums increases by over 9% per year, with only 5%-10% of employees driving up to 55% of healthcare dollars.
- 79% of hospitals were penalized for chronic condition readmissions in 2017.
- 80% of premature heart disease, stroke, and diabetes is preventable.
TruSense makes it easier to identify chronic conditions early and intervene before they progress into costly illness. Lower prevalence of chronic conditions means an improvement in quality of life — and healthcare costs — nationwide.