Contact: Richard Walsh, Director of Business, (844) 615-2273, [email protected]
Despite advances in healthcare that have significantly lowered the HIV morbidity rate, HIV still affects 1.7 million new patients every year. Around the world, nonprofit health organizations work diligently toward HIV prevention and education efforts. Now, Synico Solutions is proud to launch Continuud Care, which offers a robust digital platform to help HIV education and relief organizations do their best work. The service will launch on March 1, 2020, but certain nonprofits are eligible to enroll for early access.
Continuud Care is a powerful digital ecosystem that incorporates artificially intelligent and hyper-targeted digital marketing, HIPAA compliant online scheduling, secure digital intake forms and digital workflows. Together, these resources help HIV-focused organizations to maximize their engagement with their communities — which is crucial to their success.
“HIV Prevention, at its core, is simple: engage at-risk individuals, then educate, and empower them to advocate for themselves,” says Co-Founder Richard Walsh.
Synico Solutions, winner of 2019 Best of Indianapolis Marketing Agency Award, has more than 45 years of combined marketing and technology experience. Drawing upon their expertise, they created a robust digital platform that helps streamline HIV-focused nonprofits’ operations. With Continuud Care, these organizations are better equipped to assist patients, analyze data, and promote their services.
“We have witnessed the tireless work of HIV Service Organizations throughout the country fighting for their communities,” says Co-Founder Nathan Walsh. “We came to realize that our team has the skillset and passion necessary to create new, innovative tools to aid in the fight for Ending The Epidemic by 2030.”
Community health and HIV service organizations are now eligible to request early access to the platform and take advantage of pre-launch prices. Interested nonprofit leaders should send an email to appl[email protected] to inquire.