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CKD Focus of New Partnership Between Priority Health, pulseData

Through its new partnership with pulseData, Priority Health is striving to improve the health of persons living with chronic kidney disease (CKD)

Grand Rapids, Michigan — Chronic kidney disease, or CKD, is estimated to affect up to 37 million Americans, and through its new partnership with pulseData, Priority Health is striving to improve the health of persons living with this disease, as well as with other chronic diseases.

pulseData's artificial intelligence capabilities will gather patient data that it will then analyze and Priority Health will use to suggest CKD-related care management options. The primary end goal is to reach patients living with the disease in a more timely manner to optimize their care interventions, such as testing, medication reminders, and healthy food suggestions.

“At Priority Health, we want to make it easier for our members to take action toward their personal health journeys by providing the necessary tools and resources,” said James Forshee, MD, senior vice president and chief medical officer at Priority Health. “Our partnership with pulseData allows us to continue meeting the needs of our members through innovative data and evidence-based care solutions that will help drive better individual health outcomes.”

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