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Remote Monitoring

Data from Remote Monitoring Tools May be ‘Game Changer’

by Vera Gruessner

As technology continues to advance throughout the healthcare industry, more physicians than ever before are now utilizing EHR systems, mobile health applications, electronic prescribing capabilities, and remote monitoring tools. These advancements...

Digital Health Industry Offers Key Solutions for Providers

by Vera Gruessner

Along with mHealth, the digital health industry is making a big splash across the nation’s medical sphere, specifically with regard to patient engagement. Healthcare providers are often concerned with meaningful use regulations as well...

Monitoring Tools, Wearables Stimulate Mobile Health Industry

by Vera Gruessner

The mobile health industry continues to rise significantly with wearable devices, remote monitoring tools, smartphones, and mobile health applications making the biggest splash in the field. Grand View Research published a report in which the...

Do Physicians Endorse Mobile Health Applications, Wearables?

by Vera Gruessner

Healthcare providers seem to be more focused on handling medical care services like diagnostics, treatments, and chronic disease management whereas the use of mobile health applications falls by the wayside. While most doctors today use computer...

Almost 70% of Doctors Prefer Telemedicine Services Over Email

by Vera Gruessner

Physicians across the nation are slowly moving forward with expanding telemedicine services in order to reduce the need for patient visits for those living in rural areas without direct transportation. Along with allowing doctors a chance to...

47% of Doctors Use Digital Technologies, Smartphones at Work

by Vera Gruessner

Meaningful use requirements under the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs as well as a myriad of other healthcare policies put greater pressure on physicians to adopt electronic and digital technologies in an effort to advance patient...

How Remote Monitoring Tools Reduce Costs and Hospitalizations

by Vera Gruessner

Remote monitoring tools could impact the healthcare sector in a variety of ways from reducing hospital readmissions and improving health outcomes to lowering costs and advancing quality care improvements. Bedford Nursing & Rehabilitation...

Do Remote Monitoring Tools Reduce Hospital Admissions?

by Vera Gruessner

Remote monitoring tools have been making a major impact within the healthcare industry in recent months. The latest news comes from Partners Healthcare Connected Health where a remote monitoring program was found to reduce hospital admission...

Remote Monitoring Tools Offer Comprehensive ADHD Assessment

by Vera Gruessner

An important avenue within the healthcare technology sector is the development of remote monitoring tools. These applications may play a major role in improving the quality of healthcare services and boosting patient health outcomes. Saundra...

How Could Remote Monitoring Serve the Intensive Care Unit?

by Cheryl King of Innovative Consulting Group

Treatment of patients in intensive care units (ICUs) makes up about one third of all hospital costs in the US. These patients are sick. They’re running IVs, ventilators, monitors, and procedures that are not found on a Med-Surg floor. And...

Legal Case to Impact Future of Telehealth Services in Texas

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

A legal case in Texas District Court could determine whether the delivery of healthcare using telehealth services remains a viable solution. Teladoc, a national telemedicine provider with a significant foothold in Texas, has filed a complaint...

Medical Device and Mobile Health Market to Reach $8 billion

by Vera Gruessner

The mobile health market is making headway and many industries around the world are stopping to take notice. At the CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS AMERICA 2015 taking place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC next month,...

Wearable Device Adoption Revolutionizes Patient Monitoring

by Vera Gruessner

Wearable device adoption has been on the rise within the mobile health sphere and this development has been revolutionizing remote monitoring and patient engagement across the medical care continuum. Andy Daecher, Principal at Deloitte Consulting,...

Remote Monitoring Shows Short-Term Gains for Heart Failure

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

A telemonitoring program for heart failure saw short-term benefits for participating patients although it had negligible effects in the long-term, according to a recent study in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. A team of researchers...

mHealth Devices like Apple Watch Monitor Chronic Conditions

by Vera Gruessner

There are a variety of new mHealth devices available for patients and physicians alike. Smartphones, tablets, smart glasses, and the smart watch are some of the biggest developments. New Orleans-based Ochsner Health System recently announced...

Mobile Healthcare App Enables Prenatal Monitoring

by Vera Gruessner

The mobile healthcare sector has a wide variety of innovations including new solutions for patient monitoring such as overseeing those with cardiovascular conditions and other serious illnesses. The AirStrip ONE® enterprise mobility...

96 Percent of Patients Think mHealth will Improve Life

by Vera Gruessner

At the HIMSS15 Annual Conference and Exhibition, mobile health will take center stage, as healthcare IT experts will discuss the impacts of mobile health on costs as well as the quality and delivery of care.  Participants will be able to...

Multiple mHealth Markets set to Experience Growth

by Ryan Mcaskill

There are a number of aspects to the mobile health marketplace that are showing growth and point to the strong future of the industry. The push for quality of care has opened the door for innovation with mobile, telemedicine and remote monitoring...

Remote Monitoring Pushing Healthcare IoT Trends

by Ryan Mcaskill

The Internet of Things increased use of remote monitoring technology in the healthcare market. One of the major side-effects of the growing use of mobile devices in healthcare is the demand for connected devices. The draw of mobility is the ability...

Increased Reimbursement has Physicians Embracing Telehealth

by Ryan Mcaskill

Because of increased reimbursement, a majority of physicians are making plans to increase telehealth services. The reimbursement rates for telehealth and remote monitoring is growing across the country. There are a number of states that are debating...

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