9 May 2022 – Pulse, an early-stage digital healthcare startup, has earned recognition for tackling some of the most pressing issues in the modern American healthcare system. The company’s goal of building simple, interactive systems that predict behaviors and utilize machine learning has attracted investor attention, in part due to its promise to address important clinical needs, improve care coordination, and reduce low-value care.
In recent years, American healthcare delivery and synchronization have proven to be one of the leading factors of resource waste in the United States. This has caused high costs in terms of money, as well as poor patient health outcomes due to delays in proper treatment and a lack of coordination between medical care providers, health specialists, and related systems. Pulse’s desire to reinvent care coordination will draw on interactive systems that can deliver drastic effects on patient outcomes in areas of preventive care and acute needs, chronic care management, and behavioral health. The company’s simple, interactive systems will simplify healthcare processes and procedures, reduce complexities that impair effective care, and directly touch the clinical needs of the patients through enhanced communication, mitigated risk, and utilization of state-of-the-art digital technologies.
“It is very interesting to see how a service such as Amazon can deliver a package the next day, but we must wait for months to receive quality medical care,” remarked Ajay Panwar, CEO and Founder of Pulse. “Our mission is to bridge the patient care coordination gap, so all Americans receive the quality healthcare services they deserve. The opportunities to accomplish this goal using machine learning models to predict behaviors are greater than ever before,” he added.
Pulse was recognized for its innovative potential just last year at the University of California-Irvine New Venture Competition (NVC), where the healthcare startup won a competitive semi-finalist honor and received praise from competition judges for working to address the most challenging issues in American healthcare. Pulse journey has continued to grow in the last year, and continued to engage with new supporters, healthcare partners to find ways to reinvent the industry and care coordination challenges for the benefit of patients and clinicians.