After seven years of exceptional growth, Shift Health announces some pivotal creative and operational changes to the organization which will contribute to the continued expansion of their digital platform and brand recognition.Read More
Tickit Health is proud to be participating in the Ahead of the Curve conference on February 8. 2018 in Vancouver, BC.Read More
Themes and discussions from the 2017 IHI National ForumRead More
I had the privilege of representing Tickit Health at TechVancouver, an event which brings together some of Vancouver’s leading tech innovators and enthusiasts every month. I was asked to give a 5-minute, TED-style presentation on some of the strategies we used at Tickit Health to build a innovative digital product, and a strong company culture to support that product.Read More
At Tickit Health, our goal has always been to develop state-of-the-art tools that put patients first. As part of that, it’s important to recognize the critically important role that patients’ caregivers play in their health and well-being. We’re proud that our Tickit® Care tool provides caregivers with the support, tools, and resources that they need to most effectively care for the patient, and are happy to announce that we won first place in the AARP Caregiver Quality of Life Challenge, supported by AARP,and administered by Catalyst @ Health 2.0 in partnership with Mad*Pow.Read More
A new evidence based tool co-created with Seattle Children’s Research Institute, powered by Tickit.
Substance abuse, unprotected sexual activity and texting while driving are some of the main behaviours which lead to teenage death in the US, and are often preventable. While the majority of teens in the US have preventative medical appointments, screening their behaviour as well as intervention and follow up remains inconsistent. To tackle this, Seattle Children’s Research Institute partnered chose to use Tickit to power Check Yourself, a mobile screening tool for youth risk behaviours.Read More
In the shift to value-based care, an increasing number of providers are relying on patient-reported data (PRD) to gather feedback from patients. But with organizing, analyzing, and interpreting large amounts of PRD difficult for clinicians, health systems are looking for a more efficient way to collect and manage this data.Read More