Lori juggles multiple medical portals and grapples with an overload of information. This struggle impacts her ability to navigate the healthcare maze while trying to ensure her family receives optimal care. Read how she overcomes this burden and managers her burnout.
According to research in the U.S. market, the number of people with three or more chronic conditions is projected to reach 83.4 million by 2030. This significant increase highlights the urgency of developing effective care management approaches.
Polychronic conditions, also known as multiple chronic conditions (MCCs), such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer are the leading causes of death and disability in the U.S. Understanding the unique challenges in managing these conditions is crucial to improving patient outcomes and reducing healthcare costs.
The world of healthcare is vast and complicated, and it’s easy to feel like you’re navigating it alone. That’s why Shannon Aylesworth and Levi from Ursamin sat down to discuss where the company stands and the strides Ursamin makes to improve healthcare for patients, caregivers, and doctors. Here’s a comprehensive look at what they had to say.
This week on Unlimited Access, we had an enlightening conversation about healthcare, technology, mentorship, and international healthcare systems. This episode featured guest Ulrike Berzau, an executive and consultant in the healthcare sector with an international perspective. Shannon, Levi, and Ulrike’s conversation navigated several intricate facets of healthcare—ranging from technology’s role to system-wide data-sharing difficulties.
The healthcare landscape is changing rapidly, and this shift has been felt most acutely in rural areas where local hospitals are struggling to stay afloat. A report from the Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform highlights the severity of this situation, revealing that over 600 rural hospitals—almost 30% of all rural hospitals in the US—are […]
Hello, everyone. This is Shannon Aylesworth from Ursamin, a company founded with a simple premise: Empower individuals to make better health decisions by giving them access to their medical information in one easy-to-use app. When people are given control over their health information, the outcomes naturally improve. Access or Management? The concept of access is […]
Welcome to our blog, inspired by our podcast, Unlimited Access, where Levi and Shannon Aylesworth, founders of Ursamin, chat about everything under the Artificial Intelligence (AI) sun. At Ursamin, we passionately believe that individuals make better health decisions with access to all their data. So, let’s dive in! Embracing AI and the Fear of Job […]
We are excited to announce that Ursamin, our innovative healthcare platform, has officially launched. Next week, we’ll begin actively promoting it. This is a big step forward and a victory for everyone looking to make informed health decisions. At Ursamin, we are deeply invested in informed people making better health decisions. Our vision is grounded […]
Welcome to another engaging conversation with Shannon Aylesworth, founder, and CEO of Ursamin, a company that aspires to empower people to make better health decisions by providing comprehensive health information and education in one place. In this podcast episode, Aylesworth tackled some pain points of healthcare systems and caregiving, giving insights and suggestions on addressing […]
Our focus today is the vital topic of accessing and understanding your medical records. For many of us, it’s a familiar predicament. Our medical records are scattered across various systems and locations, including data from wearable devices like smartwatches. This fragmentation can lead to multiple challenges. One major hurdle is the potential for subpar medical […]