Gozio Health announced a new strategic alliance with AT&T, expanding its mobile wayfinding and patient engagement platform to healthcare systems nationwide. The agreement allows Gozio to quickly scale its wayfinding platform to provide hospitals a digital solution that addresses the growing importance of patient experience in the consumerization of healthcare.
AT&T has demonstrated the scope and reach of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in connected health devices that can lead to quicker diagnoses and better management of medications.
Focused on digital health innovations, the AT&T Foundry for Connected Health is a space where AT&T collaborates with hospitals, caregivers, administrators, and startups to address real-world clinical problems. The Foundry also marks a unique collaboration with the Texas Medical Center (TMC), the largest medical center in the world and a premier center for healthcare innovation.
The first product to come out of the AT&T Foundry for Connected Health was Aira. The product uses wearable glasses with a connected video camera and remote human agents to help blind and visually impaired customers complete everyday tasks. The AT&T Foundry brings ideas like Aira from concept to commercialization faster than previously possible through a unique culture of innovation.