4D Healthware is simple but powerful, we provide virtual health management for patients (simple) and connect them to their clinical care team (powerful). We improve patient engagement and outcomes.
Providing self-care or being a caregiver seems like something that might be intuitive, however, caring for yourself or a loved one can be challenging and downright difficult. We want you and your family to have access to the appropriate care, services and support you need to live your best life with the highest quality possible.
We are a patient and clinician centered organization that is focused on ensuring that your practice is earning the maximum revenue allowed under the new value based incentive programs.
Diabetics can be monitored at home with a glucometer that sends data to our platform and over time ‘highs’ and ‘lows’ can be predicted and treated to better manage diabetes and leading to improved A1C levels?
The Basics of
Everything you need to manage your health and keep in touch with your Care Team or doctor.
The 4D Healthware interface is easy to navigate for both the physician and the patient. There is just no getting lost or stuck on our platform.
Our friendly support staff are always available to help connecting a device or when you have any other query.
We know your health is not a game, but managing your health is fun when you can track your progress and reach next levels of wellness.
These summaries are very useful for the Care Team and Doctors to analyse the current medical state a Patient is in. They can create new alerts for the patient, assign tasks to other team members, etc.
The Care Team and Doctors have 24hr access to a monthly report which clearly shows improvements and/or areas of concern they need to address with their Patient.
Patients can see their overall progress and track their success in reaching the goals they set for themselves. The better they get at taking daily readings, walks, etc, the higher their status will become.
Patients can add and manage the medicine they are on and Doctors can always see it and advise accordingly.
Patients are able to setup a video call with their Care team and vice versa, at any time.
This is where patients are able to track their medical readings and statistics in detail and in real time.
We all need a bit of daily motivation, but when it comes to Chronic Disease Management, these messages can save lives. When the system notices irregular patterns, increases in heart rate or blood pressure, or even data not coming through from devices, 4D gets notified, and we will send the patient custom messages to eradicate the problem or motivate the patient to do better.
The Financial Opportunity
The Things you
Need to Know
Even though fee-for-service models are still around, the shift to value-based care and value-based reimbursements is here. The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) is a volume to value transformation…
As a lifesaving tool for Chronic Care Management, it would only make sense for 4D Healthware to be very expensive.
• Value-Based Reimbursements
• Ability to bill for various codes
• Adapting to new and changing codes
• Easy Implementation
• EHR Integration
• Clinical Advisor Team for Patients
Our Core Team
James A. McClung is a recognized expert in accelerating profitable growth and managing results-oriented businesses, the corporate governance required to operate them, and the development of global executives. He has established a consistent reputation for bottom-line and turn-around management excellence across a diversified portfolio of chemical, machinery, consumer, and service business sectors in more than 75 countries, both developed and developing.
His corporate board of directors’ experience includes seven private, public and family-owned companies. In addition, he was a founding member of the U.S.-Russia Business Council, and currently is active in other global business organizations, including the Japan America Society, Economic Club of Chicago, Executives’ Club of Chicago, and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. He also serves as a trustee for a several higher education boards.
McClung earned his bachelor’s degree from the College of Wooster, and received their Distinguished Alumni Award in 2014. He also holds a master’s degree from the University of Kansas and a doctorate from Michigan State University.
Jordan Dolin is a 3 time, 30+ year entrepreneur who has spent the past 20 years supporting other startups as a mentor, investor, or Board Member. He combines an entrepreneur's mentality with nearly two decade's worth of experience in the healthcare industry. Jordan has a lengthy track record of supporting and championing entrepreneurs and has been an active member of Chicago’s startup community for his entire career. Jordan currently serves as a Director for six early stage companies and has worked with dozens of others.
Jordan has been an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Chicago’s Graduate Business School for two decades and also participated in their business plan competition as judge and advisor. He is a frequent speaker and author on the topic of healthcare innovation and has presented at numerous conferences/events including the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), American Hospital Association (AHA), American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM), Becker’s, Med City, and many others.
Jordan has been intimately involved with MATTER, Chicago’s healthcare incubator since well before they opened their doors. He created their core curriculum, was their very first and now longest serving Mentor in Residence. For the first two years he volunteered one day each week in order to support the organization as well as their member companies. Jordan has worked with several dozen MATTER startups, has personally organized two different demo days, coaching all of the companies and inviting all of the investors. He also hosted the first ever streaming demo event at MATTER which enabled multiple health systems across the US to be exposed to eight early stage healthcare companies from both MATTER and Impact Engine, A large number of the companies who have received funding and or attracted customers are the ones Jordan has taught, coached or supported.
In 2002 Jordan founded Emmi Solutions, widely considered as the first Patient Engagement company and is still recognized as the gold standard. Emmi is a healthcare technology company that leverages interactive media to engage and empower patients to take a more active role in their care. The company combines innovation and expertise to help leading healthcare organizations improve clinical and financial outcomes. In late 2016 Emmi was acquired by Wolters Kluwer for $170 Million.
Before founding Emmi, Jordan spent 3 years on the founding leadership team of an artificial intelligence software company and prior to that he co-founded and successfully lead a consumer products and design company for 14 years.
James was Chief of Thoracic Trauma at the Charity Hospital in New Orleans. He became a partner in a new Practice in South Bend, Indiana in 1986. They started a new Practice at Saint Joseph's Hospital in 1989. Five years later they started a Cardiothoracic program at Elkhart General, thus covering the #3 major hospitals in North Central Indiana. By 2005, they had achieved his own personal goal becoming a Top 100 Cardiac Surgical Program at Memorial Hospital of South Bend in its initial #3 years of ratings for Valve Replacement and Coronary Bypass Surgery.
He completed an MBA a the Kellogg School of Management in 2007. He has joined three Angel groups - Magnet Investors, Heartland Angels, and TIE Midwest.
Prior to joining Sg2, Jay was a faculty member at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (NUFSM), where he served as a professor of surgery. He was also an attending surgeon at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he provided clinical expertise and leadership in minimally invasive and bariatric surgery. Jay served as chief of surgical services at the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center in Chicago, IL, from 2005 to 2014. In this role, he provided administrative, clinical and financial oversight to ~70 clinicians and staff who performed ~3,200 operations and ~21,000 outpatient visits per year.
Jay received his MD from the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in 1983. He completed his general surgery residency training at NUFSM in 1989. He also holds a master of business administration from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and a master of health professions education from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is certified by the American Board of Surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Dr. Amar Hamad is a Medical Oncology Specialist and the CEO of Affiliated Oncologists. Dr. Hamad has more than 32 years of diverse experiences, especially in Medical Oncology, Hematology/Oncology and Internal Medicine. In addition to cooperating with other doctors and specialists in the medical group Affiliated Oncologists, LLC, Dr. Hamad also affiliates with many hospitals including Advocate Christ Hospital & Medical Center, Silver Cross Hospital and Medical Centers, Palos Community Hospital, Little Company of Mary Hospital and Ingalls Memorial Hospital. Affiliated Oncologists opens their new state of the art clinic in April 2018 and will have the first 24/7 Oncology Urgent Care in the nation.
The Affiliated Oncologist Physicians Group participates in Medicare’s Oncology Care Model (OCM) which aims to provide higher quality and more highly coordinated oncology care at the same or lower cost to Medicare. Under the Oncology Care Model (OCM), physician practices have entered into payment arrangements that include financial and performance accountability for episodes of care surrounding chemotherapy administration to cancer patients. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is also partnering with commercial payers in the model. The practices participating in OCM have committed to providing enhanced services to Medicare beneficiaries such as care coordination, navigation, and national treatment guidelines for care.
Joanne Glenn, born and raised on the Southside of Chicago is the President & C.E.O. of Women on Top of Their Game, Inc. Foundation, (W.O.T. Foundation).
W.O.T. Foundation provides a platform for health education, mentorship and facilitates opportunities through a myriad of networks. WOT Foundation advocates for Breast Cancer Survivors addressing the gaps in health care and best practices. WOT Foundation Provides an environment for information sharing, Chef prepared meals and advocacy that supports and discuss best practices and options through the journey of Survivorship. Glenn has been recognized as an expert in the field because of dedication, experience and hard work. Bringing a wealth of leadership in Health care, Administration, Community, Advocacy & Policy and Philanthropy. Glenn a product of Chicago Public School system, a graduate from Wendell Phillips High School and inductee into “The Hall of Fame”, received her Nursing Diploma from Michael Reese School of Nursing , Bachelors in Science, (BS) from National University , Master in Business Administration, (MBA) from University of Phoenix , and Published in Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) for research in Home Blood Pressure Study. Co-producer of a mini docu-series “Everyday is October” 2013, (www.everydayisOctober), is working for a healthier tomorrow.
Cathy has a BSc in Healthcare administration with more than 25 years of experience with management and program development in many areas of cancer care including surgical, radiation and medical oncology, palliative and hospice care.
She is an accomplished and decisive health-care executive with history of increasing sales and profits, turning around under-performing divisions and leading expansions for multi-unit operations, with focus on quality value-based patient care. She combines expert clinical experience, strong team-building and refined interpersonal skills with decisive leadership qualities to guide organizations through change, growth, profitability and performance improvement. Cathy is a strong communicator; relates easily to all levels of patients, staff, executive administration and corporate teams.
Cathy is currently a member of the Association of Community Cancer Centers, the Illinois Medical Oncology Society, the Advisory Board Oncology Roundtable and the American Association Oncology Administrators.