What is the 5:50 Rule?

Known as the 5:50 Rule, the top 5% of the patients makes the 50% of the cost in the US healthcare industry. This 5:50 Rule has been the most challenging task for healthcare organizations over the last 2 decades, growing 6 time faster than the cost of general population.



Duxlink Health has patented an infrastructure that encompasses several key components that are instrumental in enabling the delivery of care to critically ill patients that include but are not limited to: AI, Telemedicine, and Remote Patient Monitoring.

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Technology & Services

Technology & Services

Duxlink Health seeks to incorporate technology and services that, at one point being only served from the patient bedside, are able to provided to the patient from the comfort and safety of their home.

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Design & Operations

Design & Operations

Duxlink Health incorporates workflows that are designed by an interdisciplinary team of specialists to produce quality outcomes for the patients that are considered to be highly complex with little stability. The aggressive treatment is overseen by the care team of the patient every step of the way.

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Duxlink Health has produced great results in treating highly complex and critical patients in a way that reduces readmissions thereby reducing medical costs as well as consumption of resources and improves quality of life.

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My experience has been very overwhelming and satisfied. Just when everybody else has given up in practically helping my wife, Duxlink Health came to our rescue. What the Hospital tried to do for 8 months, you did it in 9 days at my home.


Dr. Shen and the rest of his staff over there with the telemedicine, they're right there no matter what happens. You know if I need help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week there's somebody there and that's the biggest confidence builder.


Without the Duxlink SNAC service diagnosed me for acute heart attack in my bedroom, I would not survived. My family called 911 for my chest pain a month ago and the paramedics from the ambulance determined that I did not need to go to hospital. I thought this episode of chest pain was the same. Thanks to the gods, the tele-cardiology monitor showed it was real heart attack this time. My cardiologist at Duxlink picked up and treated me on time. I would not survived of this heart attack and subsequent cardiac arrest without the telemedicine device and the service.


My initial blood pressure was 230/120 mmHg when we met the cardiologist at Duxlink. And I did not realize that I had renal failure, heart failure and a small stroke. After one month intensive monitoring and treatment, even many times a day communication with my doctor directly, my health back to normal and I can enjoy jogging again. The most important to me is that I did not need to stay at hospital a single day with my busy work and travel schedule during this process.


My hidden arrhythmia was missed by over the counter ECG after my bypass surgery. Without the specialty cardiac monitor and Duxlink service, I would probably had a stroke already.


The cardiac monitoring has provided me a piece of mind over 1 year. When I had arrhythmia while I traveled 2000 miles away from home, my cardiologist diagnosed my arrhythmia immediately. After the right medication on time, my heart rhythm back to normal quickly without going to emergency room to see other doctor I don't know.


Case Studies

Use of Interreality Care for Severe CHF

Mr. Sanchez has multi-organ system failure and was admitted/readmitted 6 times over 5 months in early 2016. The last time he was readmitted, he had a cardiac arrest when he walked into the ER. Mr. Sanchez had to be intubated and stayed at the ICU/hospital for 15 days. It was estimated he only had 6 months to live. Multiple physician groups recommended end of life hospice or nursing homes.
In September, 2016, Duxlink’s specialty team of cardiologists, pulmonologists, ARNPs, and testing groups started intensive Interreality Care with a combination of on-site (in person) care and on-line (remote telemedicine) care. Now Mr. Sanchez can get around without his walker and is peacefully staying at home with his family without being admitted to the hospital ONCE since 9/2016!
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Congestive heart failure (CHF)