At Leo, we are looking to build a new type of pediatric medical practice taking technology, experience, and design, and combine it with innovative clinical care to create a different patient care experience for parents and kids. Leo is not a traditional healthcare company; it is a technology, consumer products, and customer service company that is looking to combine consumer technology, smart ops and customer service to create a holistic and cohesive practice experience.
We built Leo to address our own needs as parents and to make it easier to provide great care for our kids.
Leo's first practice is launching in NYC in February 2016.
Leo's mission is to redesign the pediatric medical practice from first principles, which means each interaction point (from booking appointments to paying medical bills) represents part of the user experience we seek to improve.
From a technology perspective, our core consumer facing interface is our mobile app. At launch, the app consists of five core modules covering five common tasks parents navigate to manage their kids' health:
- Appointment booking
- Messaging their care team and physician
- Accessing kids' health records and information
- Submitting and receiving forms (schools, camps, sport leagues, etc)
- One-click payments
In addition, Leo has a provider application that allows the providers' staff to communicate directly with its customers, allowing Leo to escalate and route clinical messages to the clinical team as appropriate.
Leo is deploying HIPAA compliant and secure video conference (telemedicine) capabilities, beacon-powered auto check-in, and in-practice kiosks for administrative tasks.
Leo has also built an internal API that integrates its tools directly into practice infrastructure (we use AthenaHealth for Electronic Health Record, Practice Management and Billing Management systems).
Beyond technology, there are interaction 'features' that are not dependent on building proprietary technology, but rather are intended to be material experiential improvements derived from better operations and our focus on customer experience/service. These touch-points include: check-in/check-out, handing of intake forms, house-calls (in specific contexts), prescription fulfillment and delivery, classes and educational content, and more.
We built Leo to address our own needs as parents - taking the best of technology, experience, and design, and combining it with the most innovative and highest quality clinical care.
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