Mytonomy Releases 16 New Videos to Support Patient Education Efforts around Coronavirus

Mytonomy announces the availability of 16 new videos in English and Spanish to support patient-facing education around the novel Coronavirus (SARS2-CoV-19).

Mytonomy, an enterprise SaaS company and film studio enabling healthcare’s digital front door, announced today the availability of 16 new videos in English and Spanish to support patient-facing education around the novel Coronavirus (SARS2-CoV-19).

The company has been providing support to multiple health systems via the development of original content to support this rapidly evolving public health crisis. The 16 newly released videos follow CDC and WHO guidelines and cover important topics such as: 

  • Why and how social distancing works and how to apply social distancing to your life
  • Rules for self-quarantine vs. self-isolation and how to carry it out effectively
  • What to do if you feel sick or think you have been exposed as well as how to use telehealth visits effectively
  • Reducing Coronavirus stress and bolstering your immune system during a crisis
  • Taking special precautions for those with underlying chronic health conditions or compromised immune systems

These videos can be accessed for free here: https://www.mytonomy.com/covid-19-patient-education-videos.html

This release follows on the heels of five videos released Monday, March 9th, 2020 which covered important informational topics such as: 

  • Coronavirus: What is it and how to stay safe, recognizing symptoms, and how to talk with kids about Coronavirus.

“One of my favorite videos in this release is How Community Spread Happens Fast. It’s a short animation of Justin, a millennial who brings a box of donuts to work at his tech office, and unknowingly infects his co-workers, some who are at high risk for severe complications,” said Anjali Kataria, CEO, and Co-Founder. “After seeing our health system partners quickly adopt the first five videos, and after reading an article this weekend called Social Distancing: This is Not a Snow Day by Asaf Bitton, MD, MPH from Ariadne Labs, it made sense to galvanize our content team to create these additional videos.”

“Hopefully, this new content will help reduce the strain on front-line health care workers and provide patients and their families with answers to important questions in this time of uncertainty. Coronavirus has forced us to think differently and do what we each can to help flatten the curve,” said Kataria.

The videos are accessible through Mytonomy’s Patient Experience Cloud as part of a care communication strategy to inform existing patients or monitor patients suspected of being infected.

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Third parties can request the actual MP4 files for their social media use or delivery alongside their telehealth program by emailing Mytonomy at [email protected]

About Mytonomy

Mytonomy has a singular mission: empower people to become confident and active participants in their health. Being diagnosed with a health condition and navigating the health system is stressful and confusing, driving people to piece things together through a web search, friends, and social media. Mytonomy’s Patient Experience Cloud™ enables health systems to build trusted, loyal, online relationships using award-winning, microlearning video content delivered through an easy-to-use digital platform. With people spending an average of 30-40 minutes viewing Mytonomy’s short-form video content, on any device, at any time, they learn how to care for themselves and take charge of their health achieving better outcomes. Providers save valuable time and generate better financial results across multiple patient encounters. Mytonomy is like a “Netflix for healthcare”, enabling healthcare’s digital front door. Learn more at http://www.mytonomy.com.

A scene from “How Community Spread Happens Fast”

“One of my favorite videos in this release is How Community Spread Happens Fast. It’s a short animation of Justin, a millennial who brings a box of donuts to work at his tech office, and unknowingly infects his co-workers, some who are at high risk for severe complications