A new way to care.
Holistic chronic disease care, beyond the hospital
Chronic diseases are multi-factorial, with daily diet & lifestyle as major risk factors¹. Rather than treat symptoms only, forward thinking clinicians have been using Platos to deliver whole person care. The outcomes have been phenomenal.
From control to diabetes reversal², thousands of patients being managed through Platos are seeing unprecedented outcomes.Read the white-paper
Average reduction of A1c levels at 3 months among patients managed with Platos
Average reduction of weight at 52 weeks among patients managed with Platos
Supercharge your practice
Improve outcomes. Retain & attract new patients
When patients feel well, and see better outcomes, they trust providers more. This drives new enrolments through word of mouth.
Make data-driven decisions 💡
From key disease biomarkers to diet & medication, use data to evaluate what drives outcomes, prioritize care & adjust therapeutic plans.
10x faster drug & diet prescription
10x time to make nutritional calculations, compose diet guides at the speed of light & use the latest evidence-based recommendations to power your prescriptions.
Save cost. Deliver superior patient experience 🚀
See patients from anywhere. Keep the hospital for critical ones. Save cost, but maintain your revenue targets.
Convenient care from anywhere
Consult patients with video, calls, or messages. Platos is cross-platform and available for clinicians from both mobile & web. iOS is coming soon.
Medical-grade data privacy
Platos is designed to protect patient privacy & adhere to industry standards. We prioritize end-to-end encryption & regulatory standards.
Care programs you can deliver with Platos
Several hospitals & clinics already use Platos to deliver care
More hospital partners to be announced
Platos is increasingly covered by insurance for eligible patients
More and more Insurances are joining us.
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2. Pot GK, Battjes-Fries MC, Patijn ON, Pijl H, Witkamp RF, de Visser M, et al. Nutrition and lifestyle intervention in type 2 diabetes: pilot study in the Netherlands showing improved glucose control and reduction in glucose lowering medication. BMJ nutrition, prevention & health. 2019;2(1):43.
3. American Diabetes Association Professional Practice Committee; 5. Facilitating Behavior Change and Well-being to Improve Health Outcomes: Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2022. Diabetes Care 1 January 2022; 45 (Supplement_1): S60–S82.
4. Wu C, Wu Z, Yang L, Zhu W, Zhang M, Zhu Q, et al. Evaluation of the clinical outcomes of telehealth for managing diabetes: A PRISMA-compliant meta-analysis. Medicine (Baltimore). 2018;97(43):e12962-e.
5. Tchero H, Kangambega P, Briatte C, Brunet-Houdard S, Retali G-R, Rusch E. Clinical effectiveness of telemedicine in diabetes mellitus: a meta-analysis of 42 randomized controlled trials. Telemedicine and e-Health. 2019;25(7):569-83.