To revolutionise global healthcare so every individual receives the perfect care for them.
What does our future vision of healthcare look like? Imagine a world where patients receive the perfect care for them. Where they are at the centre of their own healthcare, making key care decisions themselves, supported by research, education and the guidance of their trusted circle of care including family and physicians.
This is a world where information is easily shared between caregivers and clinicians, to ensure that patients receive the best healthcare possible. Individuals will have the tools to keep themselves well and monitor their progress, sharing any sign of deterioration or concern with their circle of care to ensure immediate preventative action.
With advances in genomics and DNA sequencing, the potential to practice preventative medicine based on predictive modelling is enormous. Precision Medicine starts now. Information gleaned about an individual's health from their DNA and other factors such as their environment, family history and social situation are immensely powerful to determine the best treatments they should receive throughout their lifetime to maximise their chances of staying well and preventing serious illness from developing.
Orion Health's solutions capture the vast amounts of health data available and provide the tools to support healthcare professionals and health insurers who manage their members' wellness programmes to make more effective decisions - through applying analytics and employing care management and patient engagement.
At Orion Health, we are excited to revolutionise healthcare, delivering modern technology to ensure that every individual receives the perfect care for them.
If we could make sense of health data for an entire population, patterns could be identified and evidence about the most successful medicines or treatments could be used to create an optimised care plan for an individual. There would be rapid, scalable, precise and accurate diagnostics as well as the understanding of each individuals biology and genetic make-up to apply the most effective course of action. Keeping people healthy would in turn help reduce the need for expensive interventions such as emergency department visits, hospitalisations, imaging testing and procedures, reducing costs to the healthcare system.
Director and Chief Executive Officer, Orion Health