Leveraging Behavioral Reinforcement Learning to Promote MammogramsBreast cancer represented almost 12% of all cancer cases worldwide in 2020, and a quarter of cancer diagnoses in women. Yet, despite recommendations that all women age 40 and over have an annual mammogram (starting even younger for women with family or personal risk...
Lirio Achieves HITRUST Risk-based, 2-year Certification to Manage Risk, Improve Security Posture, and Meet Compliance Requirements
Lirio, the leading provider of Precision Nudging™ and personalization solutions for the healthcare sector, today announced the company’s cloud-based, AI-powered software platform and key facilities have earned Certified status for information security by HITRUST. Lirio has also received an updated SOC 2 Type 2 attestation report and NIST certification, further bolstering its deep commitment to data privacy and security.
Lirio Selected for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Health Equity Initiative
Lirio today announced that it has been selected as part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Health Equity Initiative, a $40 million, three-year commitment, supporting organizations that are developing solutions to advance health equity. Through the initiative, AWS offers AWS credits and customized technical expertise to selected organizations around the world to use AWS services to improve health outcomes and health equity in any of the following areas: 1) increasing access to health services for underserved communities; 2) addressing social determinants of health; 3) leveraging data to promote more equitable and inclusive systems of care; and 4) advancing equity in diagnostics and screening.
Lirio Establishes the Value of a Primary Care Visit for Patients with Diabetes to Health Systems
Diabetes is associated with significant long-term costs for both patients and health systems. Regular primary care visits aligned with American Diabetes Association guidelines could help mitigate those costs while generating near-term revenue for health systems. Digital interventions prompting primary care visits among unengaged patients could provide significant economic value back to the health system as well as individual patients, but only few economic models have been put forth to understand this value. Lirio’s model has been published in JMIR Formative.