A strategic approach to citizens' health:

Prevent stroke. Manage care. Improve outcomes.

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Every year 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke.1

Five million die and another five million are left permanently disabled.2 Undetected cardiac rhythm disorders, primarily atrial fibrillation (AF), are among the main risk factors for stroke. In fact, undetected and untreated AF is associated with a fivefold increased stroke risk.3 Therefore, early detection of AF – meaning cost-effective large-scale screening in combination with subsequent diagnostics – and care management are important objectives for healthcare leaders in governmental bodies, insurers, and in provider organizations.

Enabling healthy aging and reducing healthcare costs with Preventicus Managed Care Programs.

Preventicus and its partners convert know-how and experience in disease prevention into practical action. Our goal is to minimize the burden of stroke and cardiovascular events (AF) in risk groups while improving the well-being of monitored citizens. Outcomes are our promise – the cost-effectiveness has been proven in an independent health-economic evaluation.

Preventicus’ solutions incorporate digital health technologies and care provider network.

Developed by medical and population health experts, easy to implement and to govern, our Managed Care Programs offer transparent, secure, and innovative prevention. Invest in the health and longevity of the citizens. Be a leader in cutting-edge, smart prevention.
1, 2: http://www.emro.who.int/health-topics/stroke-cerebrovascular-accident/index.html
3. Freedman, J Camm et al. Screening for Atrial Fibrillation. Circulation. 2017;135:1851-1867
 
  • Screen, diagnose, and monitor risk groups
    Evidence-based care programs for stroke prevention
  • Enhance preventive measures
    Implement digital solutions and services to protect lives and save costs
  • Evaluate and improve
    Audit the results and adjust the interventions
  • Care transparently
    Only anonymized data for community health analyses
  • Improve Outcomes
    Proven medical, social, and health-economic outcome