Accenture and League, a health-focused platform-as-a-service company, are collaborating to create experiences and increase access to improve outcomes for people, providers, payers, and retail pharmacies.
As part of the collaboration, that combines Accenture’s data analytics and systems integration capabilities with League’s healthcare experience platform, the two companies will scale platform implementations and innovations to create personalised digital healthcare experiences.
Accenture and League are currently working with Shoppers Drug Mart, Canada’s leading retail pharmacy chain, to expand the capabilities of its PC Health platform, which provides people with a network of health care providers, health and wellness programs and rewards for completing health activities.
Rich Birhanzel, senior managing director at Accenture and head of its global health practice, said: “Healthcare needs a digital infrastructure to deliver better experiences — and we believe League is key. For our clients, an underlying open-architecture platform will enable data consolidation and provide a single view of the person. For the end user, League will provide an engaging, intuitive digital front door to healthcare.”
Michael Serbinis, founder and CEO of League, added: “As our company continues in this era of rapid growth, it is more important than ever for League to bring in trusted partners like Accenture who share our vision for the future of healthcare. Working alongside Accenture’s world-class team, we can expand our reach and scale to our clients’ needs.”