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Mytonomy in the News

StayWell Webinar: Partnering with Mytonomy to Transform the Patient Experience through the Cloud

May 3, 2017
Create a Better Patient Experience with Mytonomy’s Patient Experience Cloud.  Click the link below to watch a live recording of the webinar.

StayWell, Mytonomy Team up to Improve Patient Education

April 24, 2017
The StayWell Company and Mytonomy, Inc., two industry leaders that are well-versed in reinventing the patient experience, announced today that they will collaborate to improve the way doctors share information with patients.

Empowering the Patient

March 2, 2017
Whether it’s mastering the finer points of cooking a favorite dish or understanding the physics of a hummingbird’s flight, Anjali Kataria knows that more and more people are learning differently now—increasingly, through short online videos on mobile devices.

8 Influential Women in Health IT in 2016

September 20, 2016
Kataria’s experience spans both the private and public sectors. She currently serves as CEO at Mytonomy, which creates educational “microlearning” software tools that providers can offer patients; just this month, Columbia, Maryland-based MedStar Health announced the expansion of a successful pilot involving cardiology patients at MedStar Washington Hospital Center to all cardiovascular patients throughout the health system.

MedStar Health Pioneers Innovative Patient Education Platform with Tech Partner

September 6, 2016
MedStar Health is working with a Bethesda-based tech startup firm, Mytonomy, to pioneer a novel approach to patient education that delivers individualized instruction through a unique microlearning software platform that can be accessed from anywhere via the internet.

Industry News

Are Medical Websites, like WebMD, Healthful? (New York Times)

August 29, 2016
The internet has democratized medical knowledge, allowing people to learn about their symptoms and conditions without leaving their couch. But have medical websites let people draw conclusions about their health without really understanding what they’re reading?

Losing patience: Why hospitals must revive their digital health strategies

2015
Mobile health app usage has grown rapidly over the past three years1 and more than half of health consumers (54 percent) would like to use their smartphones more to interact with healthcare providers2. However, the response from healthcare providers has been woefully inadequate.

Why digital health and consumer engagement are top industry concerns

July 28. 2016
At this year’s recent annual Institute and Expo of the America’s Health Insurance Plans, three central themes emerged from its sessions: digital health impacts, consumer engagement trends, and business and care transformation.

What Consumers Most Want from Health Insurers’ Technology

June 29. 2016
In the US$3 trillion United States healthcare industry, choice has swung decisively toward consumers in recent years.