Published in PR Newswire, February 28, 2018. View the Press Release Here
MAP Health Management will be exhibiting at HIMSS18 in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 5th through 9th – you can find MAP at booth 362
AUSTIN, TX Feb. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- MAP Health Management will be exhibiting at the 2018 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition at the Venetian-Palazzo-Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada where more than 45,000 healthcare industry professionals will gain expert insights during the exchange of innovative ideas and best practices in improving health through technology.
As an exhibitor (booth #362), MAP will be showcasing their latest partnerships and technology solution developments designed to improve clinical and financial outcomes for populations suffering from Opioid and other Substance Use Disorders.
To maximize patient engagement rates, MAP’s Peer Recovery Support Services division, MAP Care Solutions, focuses on deploying a multi-channel, tech-enabled approach including phone, video, face-to-face, mobile apps, and remote monitoring devices such as Soberlink and Lief Therapeutics.
Chatbot powered by Amazon Lex –The MAP technology engineering team has embedded an Amazon Lex powered chatbot into MAP’s suite of engagement tools. Amazon Lex is a service for building intelligent conversational interfaces using voice and text and MAP is using this functionality to build data-informed enrollment mechanisms and individualized patient-to-provider matching processes.
“At HIMSS 18, we look forward to representing technology-enabled services and solutions for addiction treatment and meeting with other influential organizations at the forefront of healthcare technology to devise solutions that promote collaboration between payers, providers, patients, and data to improve outcomes,” says Jacob Levenson, Founder and CEO of MAP Health Management.
For information on the conference, who will be representing MAP at the conference, where to find MAP’s booth, and more, visit the company’s HIMSS page at https://184.108.40.206/landing/himss-18