In response to the growing prevalence of multiple chronic conditions (MCCs), this document addresses the challenges in care coordination and proposes a patient-centric approach to improve the
management of MCCs.
Ursamin, a healthcare tech leader in chronic disease care coordination, is proud to join the 2024 Project Healthcare Cohort at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center (NEC).
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Ursamin’s visionary founder and CEO, Shannon Aylesworth was featured on an episode of the Healthcare Shares Podcast. In a candid conversation, Shannon shared her personal journey that led to the creation of Ursamin, a care coordination platform (CCP™), that is turning more heads among those trying to navigate chronic disease management.
Shared Decision Making (SDM) is a collaborative approach where patients and healthcare providers work together to make informed health decisions, empowering patients and leading to better-informed choices and improved outcomes.
In a recent episode on Makers Bar, Shannon Aylesworth, Founder and CEO of Ursamin, discusses her experience and her “why” for creating the Ursamin care coordination platform (CCP™) for patients with multiple complex diseases.
Care coordination involves the seamless collaboration and communication among healthcare providers, patients, and caregivers to drive patient-centered care. This means the enablement of information sharing and shared decision-making with a goal of preventing errors, reducing costs, and enhancing outcomes.