11 Health

Digital health solutions

for chronically ill patients.


Our unique Connected Care solution lives within our Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem. This system is clinically proven to reduce re-admissions in ileostomy patients.

67% Reduction in ER visits*
40% Reduction in all-cause readmissions*

Our Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem offers an integrated care experience

11 Health’s Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem (VHCE) encompasses our suite of products & services.


Everything under the VHCE is designed to enable patient-driven healthcare that connects them to their medical teams using innovative 11 Health technology.

Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem
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Welcome to

Connected Care

Connected Care is our premiere chronic care management system, designed to support patients currently living with complex digestive disorders. The elements of Connected Care include empathetic peer coaching, real-time health data via our mHealth apps, advanced medical wearables, access to our multidisciplinary patient support team, and more!

The 11 Health solution combines high-tech wearables with high-touch patient coaching and clinical resources.

A combination that improves the patient experience and delivers unparalleled outcomes.

Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem
  • Reports on physiological parameters and other metrics for continuous improvement
  • Provides just-in-time access to specialized resources and trackers
  • Escalates stoma-related challenges to telehealth nurses skilled in triage
  • Guides the Patient Journey, using an evidence-based educational curriculum
  • Performs real-time monitoring to track skin health and effluent output
  • Delivers peer-to-peer support delivered by certified health coaches
  • Prevents complications through tech-enabled chronic care management services
  • Promotes healthy thinking and behaviors through education and biofeedback

The Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem delivers superior results today while transforming tomorrow


Involving five simple steps…

1. Activate a cloud-based digital platform (SmartCare app), queued up to deliver content and receive, analyze, and report on sensor signals, activities, and events.

2. Access to validated educational modules.

3. Engage a multidisciplinary care team (including peer-to-peer coaches and telehealth nurses).

4. Issue next-gen connected wearables that support post-discharge physiological monitoring, alerts, and assistance.

5. Rely on state-of-the-art remote monitoring with early-warning alerts, just-in-time case-and-care escalation, and informed decision-support.

The Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem for Medical Professionals

11 Health’s Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem allows providers to safely support their patients while they recover at home.

Our Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem encompasses products & services that are designed to improve the efficiency of patients’ medical teams.

The combination of our connected wearables, with data-driven monitoring and analytics and evidence-based health coaching propels patient care into the 21st century.

The future of ostomy care is here.

Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem

The Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem for Patients

Our Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem for patients starts with our SmartCare application.

Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem
There have been very few medical innovations made for chronically ill patients who are living life with complex digestive disorders.… that stops here. We are the leaders in innovation for modern ostomy care and we have built a state-of-the-art Virtual HealthCare Ecosystem that supports patients from pre-op all the way through recovery – and beyond.

This chronic care management platform is available for free on all Smartphones and can be effortlessly paired with our products and services.

*This claim is based on the research of 66 ileostomy patients who were closely monitored for the first 30 days following surgical discharge. This data is sourced from the clinical study “Improved 30-Day Surgical Outcomes in Ostomates Using a Remote Monitoring and Care Management Program: An Observational Study” published by the DCR journal.