Seattle-based health care technology company 98point6 has introduced a mobile app, based on a machine-learning program, to 11 states including New Jersey.
The app helps doctors gather patient history, with patient profiles built upon from each visit. Then doctors engage with the patient via private and secure in-app messaging to diagnose, treat and answer any health-related questions. Patients get a personalized care plan detailing their diagnosis and treatment, including prescriptions and labs as needed.
“Our expansion into New Jersey moves us one step closer to our goal of delivering primary care to every single person when and where they need it,” said Robbie Cape, CEO and co-founder of 98point6.