Patients are the center of everything you do.


And that won’t change. But what will change is technology’s role in the patient’s healthcare journey—enabling a more involved and connected patient experience. With easy access to their healthcare, patients can optimize their point-of-care interactions with clinicians and take a more active role in their health from anywhere, at any time.


Together, let’s focus on driving a better patient experience that leads to better health outcomes across the community.

That’s what matters.

Success Story
Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group enables patients to take control of their health. 

“FollowMyHealth has given us a platform to respond to the reality that our patients want to do more with their own healthcare.” -- Michael W. Bachman, Sharp Rees-Stealy

Since implementing FollowMyHealth in 2014, Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group (San Diego, California) has enrolled more than 190,000 patients, and the number continues to grow.

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Empowering Patients Through Tech

As patients discover more options and tools to engage with their own healthcare through tech, clinicians must evolve to continue supporting and empowering them to make the most informed choices. Clinician and IT expert Dr. Jen Bolduc discusses key barriers and solutions for patients today, and building the clinical culture that optimizes healthcare decisions for everyone involved.



Allscripts acquires HealthGrid patient communication platform
From the News Release: 

Upon closing of the strategic acquisition, Allscripts expects to tightly integrate the HealthGrid capabilities into its FollowMyHealth platform, adding functionality that would enable providers to reach 100% of their patient populations without requiring patients to sign up for a portal.