Berkeley, CA, USA
Health · Information Technology · Software · Transportation
1 - 10 employees
Decoded Health’s mission is to create a future of optimal health through universal access to primary care. To realize this level of accessibility, Decoded Health is developing an Integrated Primary Care Delivery Platform that automates patient communication, maximizing access by dynamically matching patients with the care they need. In-clinic or online, our platform increases the efficiency of physicians so that they can increase patient engagement and improve the quality of care. By leveraging our clinically trained Virtual Medical Resident physicians are able to manage a panel size of over 8,000 patients vs 2,000 while improving population health and deepening the physician-patient relationship. The VMR assumes the clinical tasks that do not require a physician’s extensive training and judgment, freeing the physician to care for more patients. For the first time ever, physicians can always practice at the top of their license and get the opportunity to reduce overhead and increase their profit by 10X. About Us Decoded Health is a spinout of SRI International, a world-renowned, deep technology, non-profit research organization headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley. SRI’s long tradition of innovation includes inventions such as the computer mouse, ultrasound, and HDTV. SRI is also responsible for the creation of companies such as Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), Nuance Communications (NAUN), and Siri (acquired by Apple). Decoded Health is the next evolution in the application of SRI’s advancements in technology for the field of primary care medicine. The founding team of Decoded Health brings together over 60 years of collective experience in clinical healthcare delivery, machine learning, and health IT systems development. Our team comes from organizations that have been at the forefront of technology and medicine including Kaiser Permanente, Orion Health, Discovery Health, Rincon Research, SRI International and Nuance Communications.Something looks off?