What is Noteworth?

Noteworth provides software and services that allow clinicians and healthcare organizations to have an unprecedented level of health clarity for patients outside the clinic. Our HIPAA-compliant, interoperable solution integrates with 400+ FDA-approved clinical devices and delivers patient-generated health data directly into an existing electronic medical record (EMR) in actionable, clinically-relevant Noteworth Reports. We position our partners to target costly readmissions, reduce utilization, boost patient satisfaction and increase overall quality of care.

What kinds of conditions can Noteworth help manage?

Noteworth has been implemented across many use cases, like:

  • Cardiology
    • Hypertension
    • Heart Failure (CHF)
    • Stroke
    • Post-Myocardial Infarction
  • Endocrinology
    • Prediabetes
    • Type 2 Diabetes
    • Gestational Diabetes
    • Thyroid Disorders
  • Pulmonology
    • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
    • Asthma
  • Transistions in Care
    • medication changes
    • hospital discharge
    • new living situations
  • Obstetrics
    • pregnancy
  • and more...

Which of my patients would be eligible for Noteworth?

To be eligible for Noteworth, a patient only needs to have:

  • a mobile phone number
  • an iOS or Android device
  • a home address
  • an email address

Can I see what Noteworth would be like for my patients?

Of course! We would be happy to provide a demonstration box of connected at-home clinical devices and a concierge setup experience to you and your team. For more details, please Request a Demo.

How much does Noteworth cost?

Noteworth starts at a flat rate of $250 per-patient, per-year. Learn more about our pricing and various packages here.

Are the connected at-home clinical devices included in the price?

Yes, all devices including shipping, support, and concierge onboarding appointments are included in the flat fee.

If a patient requires multiple connected devices to monitor a number of data types, does the price change?

No. Regardless of how many at-home clinical devices are issued to a patient, based on the types of data that you order, the price stays the same flat annual rate.

Which at-home clinical devices do you currently connect to?

Noteworth connects with 400+ FDA-cleared at-home clinical devices (and counting)from the top manufacturers in the industry such as iHealth, Withings, BeWell, Omron, Cohero, One Touch, and many more.

Which electronic medical record systems do you integrate with?

Every EMR is different, and Noteworth's team of experts will work closely with your IT team to ensure a smooth implementation directly within your existing EMR. Currently, we've supported installs into Epic, Cerner, McKesson, Athena, Practice Fusion and more.

How does Noteworth protect Personal Health Information (PHI)?

We understand that PHI is sensitive, and we take privacy very seriously. Our platform delivers robust, HIPAA-compliant security and privacy functionality right out of the box. Please see our privacy policy for more information.

Will I assume any liability if I use Noteworth?

There is no legal liability held by either Noteworth or any participating physicians, care teams, or health organizations. Noteworth is not an emergency alert solution, so there is no risk of "failure to rescue" by not addressing information found in Noteworth Reports, Focus Notes, or Inactivity notifications.


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