Hospitals have had success applying remote patient monitoring to chronic conditions to help track signs of a patient’s improving or worsening condition between medical appointments. Patients with chronic conditions such as heart disease or Type 2 diabetes are often given remote patient monitoring devices which transmit data that — with the help of digital health tools — can be analyzed to identify potential warning signs leading up to an adverse event, thus triggering an intervention.
Now hospitals are beginning to recognize additional applications for remote monitoring tools for areas such as surgery prep and recovery, oncology and women’s health.
In a webinar sponsored by AVIA Health scheduled for Thursday, September 28 at 1 pm ET, panelists will discuss the latest trends in remote monitoring and how to extend these benefits beyond chronic conditions all while using fewer staff resources. The webinar will also provide insight for healthcare professionals interested in building a business case for remote monitoring that seamlessly transitions care from the hospital to the home, as well as how to navigate the remote monitoring landscape. The webinar will also discuss:
- How to identify patient populations to scale remote patient monitoring beyond chronic care
- How to evaluate and identify productive remote monitoring solutions
- How to build the business case for remote monitoring and gain clinical staff buy-in
- How to orchestrate system-wide integration and implementation to streamline clinical workflows and efficiencies
- How remote patient monitoring can play a role in reducing the duration of hospitalization
Among the panelists are:
- Ontara Sarker, manager, Center for Care Transformation, AVIA Health
- Diya Vuthandam, senior analyst, Center for Care Transformation, AVIA Health
- Dr. Joshua Liu, CEO and co-founder, SeamlessMD
To register for the webinar, Expanding Remote Patient Monitoring Applications sponsored by AVIA Health and SeamlessMD on September 28 at 1 pm ET, please fill out the form below.
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