The University of Miami Health System and Gozio Health Collaborate to Deliver Cutting-edge Mobile Health Wayfinding App

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Gozio Health’s indoor navigation platform places real time wayfinding and hospital information at visitors’ fingertips improving patient experience.

The University of Miami Health System’s new Lennar Foundation Medical Centeris working with Gozio Health to deliver the best patient and visitor experience possible at its new facility. Gozio Health delivers a complete mobile health strategy that includes a hospital-branded, indoor navigation app for smartphones.

“The opening of The Lennar Foundation Medical Center will bring state of the art technology to every aspect of patient care,” said Ben Riestra, chief administrative officer of The Lennar Foundation Medical Center at the University of Miami Health System. “Gozio Health’s mobile platform is another example of how we will leverage the latest technological solutions to improve the patient experience and increase convenience for all visitors to the new medical center.”

Gozio offers patients and visitors the assurance of never being lost by providing step-by-step directions to any destination inside The Lennar Foundation Medical Center. Gozio’s wayfinding technology puts all the facility’s services and amenities at visitors’ fingertips, helping patients arrive on time, unstressed and at the right location.

“Gozio is delighted to work with the University of Miami Health System which values innovation and, like Gozio, puts patients first,” says Joshua Titus, chief executive officer at Gozio Health. “We are excited to be playing a part in launching a state-of-the art medical center and look forward to having our technology take patient experience to the next level.”

The Lennar Foundation Medical Center will deliver premier services of UHealth – the University of Miami Health System, including specialty care by the renowned Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, ranked the No. 1 eye hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 15 years. The facility will also include UHealth Sports Performance and Wellness Institute, UHealth Comprehensive Diabetes Center, out-patient surgery, men’s and women’s health, cardiology, diagnostic imaging, neurology and other UHealth specialties.