Chronic illness is a silent pandemic, accounting for 7 out of 10 deaths globally every year, with one in three adults worldwide suffers from multiple chronic conditions. Not only does living with chronic illness on a daily basis make life harder and more challenging than it needs to be, it can also have negative effect on those closest to them.
Improving an individual’s ability to safely and effectively manage their chronic disease has the potential to significantly reduce the burden on primary health care services and drastically improve the quality of life for billions of people.
Human health requires human solutions. Which is why IPCIUM has built its lived experience peer-to-peer group program, digital toolkit, and predictive index around patient led behaviors. By connecting peers with similar lived experiences, our AHP - facilitated group program leverages behavioral science to support participants in regaining control of their health by long-lasting positive health behaviors.
IPCIUM employs a unique combination of novel clinical assessment tools supported by market leading web enabled technologies, to categorise and deliver the quantitative and qualitative assessment of health-literacy and self-efficacy outcomes across various participants and populations. IPCIUM’s flagship product CDMiQ, uses unique algorithms that combines established healthcare metrics with psychology-informed measures of psycho-social wellbeing to meaningfully predict a participants’ understanding of their chronic disease and capacity to effectively self-manage their Type 2 Diabetes.
IPCIUM supports an ecosystem of uniquely trained allied health professionals, with the primary goal of enabling and empowering patients to better manage their chronic disease so that they can live longer, healthier and more productive lives. IPCIUM's proprietary user-friendly and engaging digital health management platform MyPERSN, enables real-time collaboration of treatment plans and personal health goals. MyPERSN utilises peer-to-peer support interventions within a lived-experience group program framework to impart long lasting foundational knowledge to improve health-literacy and self-efficacy outcomes by empowering participants to make positive health and lifestyle behavioural changes.