Care Management Tools Can Mitigate Clinician Burnout

Although technology alone can’t solve clinician burnout, it can provide the means for organizations to provide better care while increasing efficiency and alleviating stress. Source: Oncology Nursing News Findings from an American Medical Association (AMA) national survey of nearly 21,000 health care professionals show that nearly half (49%) reported at least 1 symptom of burnout, […]

Physician Burnout is Real

The health care environment—with its packed work days, demanding pace, time pressures, and emotional intensity—can put physicians and other clinicians at high risk for burnout.

New UMCC study highlights success of remote patient monitoring

Published by the University of Mississippi Medical Center By: Ruth Cummins, ricummins@umc.edu When Will Townes’ blood pressure needed managing, he started on a prescription drug but wasn’t getting the results he wanted to be his healthiest self. “It was not regulating my blood pressure at all, and it was making it worse,” said Townes, the married […]

Improving The Continuum Of Patient Care Through Technology

In past years, governments and health systems have explored ways to address health population management and chronic disease challenges. I’ve seen an increase in efforts to come up with new and efficient outpatient hospital models by leveraging digital channels and partnerships, including those highlighted by Becker’s Hospital Review. Specifically, there has been much discussion around restructuring healthcare teams […]

Is remote patient monitoring right for your practice?

Interest in remote patient monitoring (RPM) — using digital technologies to track and capture patients’ medical/health data and electronically transmitting it to their health care providers — has been growing for years. But it accelerated in 2020 with the steep decline in in-person patient visits brought on by COVID-19, which forced health care providers to […]

Blood Pressure Control Worsened During COVID Pandemic

Blood pressure control declined in both men and women with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States in 2020, especially among women and older adults, according to a new analysis. “We know that even small rises in blood pressure increase one’s risk of stroke and other adverse cardiovascular disease events,” lead author Luke J. […]

Voice-only telehealth may go away with pandemic rules expiring

Community clinics say the easing of restrictions on telehealth during the pandemic has made it possible for health workers to connect with hard-to-reach patients via a phone call — people who are poor, elderly or live in remote areas, and don’t have access to a computer or cellphone with video capability.

Post-COVID Remote Patient Monitoring Strategy

Successful Telehealth Visits From Home

Keeping patients healthy at home is key to reducing the scourge of chronic disease.  Read this overview to learn how remote patient monitoring (RPM) is transforming the way chronic conditions can be managed between office visits.  RPM improves patient outcomes, reduces overall healthcare expenditures and increases patient satisfaction. Post-COVID remote patient monitoring can enable providers to […]

A novel approach to using remote patient monitoring technology

Senior Woman discussing her medications with her doctor using telehealth tech

Because the remote patient monitoring landscape is so new and innovative, healthcare providers are approaching the space with a wide range of strategies. On Canada’s Pacific coast, one health system has launched a program that aims to include as many patients as possible.

RPM will be the new standard of care, a new study says

Sixty percent of healthcare C-suite and clinical leaders see remote patient monitoring becoming a new standard of care over the next two years, according to a new study released today by WebCareHealth, a company that delivers solutions to remotely monitor patients managing chronic illnesses. Click the link to read the full article: https://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/rpm-will-be-new-standard-care-new-study-says