Co-founded in 2016 by UCSF Pediatric ICU Medical Director Arup Roy-Burman, MD, and veteran Electronic Arts (EA) Game Developer, Ed Nanale, Elemeno Health was created to address an “unmet” need in healthcare.
“We are dedicated to improving the practice and delivery of healthcare through technology that matches the quality and convenience used in everyday life. Our SaaS platform is accessible from any device, from desktop to mobile.”
Elemeno also noted that healthcare teams may access their institutional best practice guidelines, up-to-date checklists, and how-to videos through the platform. The platform noted that the social and gamification elements included in the platform enable frontline teams and management to give each other recognition and hold “friendly” departmental challenges.
“We launched Elemeno 3 years ago to improve practice consistency and reduce medical errors. We have fundamentally transformed training and accelerated adoption of best practices, improved patient outcomes, and saved providers millions.”
Elemeno then claims it closes the “knowledge-practice” gap at the frontlines to help improve patient safety. Our proprietary cloud-based platform provides context-driven microlearning.
“We transform complicated practices into bite-sized steps to help doctors and nurses deliver the right practice at the right time. Social elements include recognition and gamification. With a built-in feedback loop, leadership learns what works, what doesn’t, and what their staff really need.”
Funds from the Republic campaign will be used to continue the growth and development of the Elemeno platform. The round is set to close mid-September.
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