Patient Monitoring Technology

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12/7/2020 Masimo's COVID-19 Response Efforts Highlighted at California Life Sciences Association's Pantheon 2020 wartasaya.com ... of CLSA, commented, “Masimo is an exemplary illustration of the resiliency and flexibility shown by life sciences companies when California and the world were faced with a global pandemic. The adaptability of their remote patient monitoring technology has saved lives and allowed patients to recover from their homes, thereby freeing up critically needed hospital beds.”In early 2020, harnessing its expertise in noninvasive patient monitoring, automation, and telehealth solutions ...
11/23/2020 Upper East Side Cardiology Launches New Cardiac Rehabilitation Program using Claris Healthcare's Remote Patient Monitoring Technology PRWeb Upper East Side Cardiology Launches New Cardiac Rehabilitation Program using Claris Healthcare’s Remote Patient Monitoring Technology Share Article New York cardiologist uses new patient monitoring sensors and software to remotely manage and treat critical heart disease patients at home. Claris Continuum Remote Patient Monitoring Kit "RPM is a natural fit for UESC’s goal to expand our services into our patients’ homes. Claris Continuum has allowed us to ...
11/16/2020 How TRU Community Care Used Telehealth to Revamp Its Palliative Care Program Home Health Care News ... to include physicians, NPs, RNs, social workers, chaplains and care navigators.It also meant forming a partnership with Boulder Community Health, which created a strong referral pipeline.But the secret sauce was adopting remote patient monitoring technology , through Vivify Health, enabling TRU Community Care to transition from in-person to virtual visits in December, according to Michael McHale, the company’s president and CEO.“More and more people are living ...
10/13/2020 Frontline Call Center Partners with VBurchett Consulting to Improve Patients Experiences PR Newswire PRNewswire/ -- VBurchett Consulting and Frontline Call Center are joining forces to break new ground in modern patient care experiences with a new patient engagement center supporting telemedicine, customer care support, and remote patient monitoring technology . This new engagement will help doctors communicate with patients, improve patient outcomes, and increase billing with little-to-no out-of-pocket expense for patients.Frontline Call Center specializes in customized, high-touch support processes ...
10/13/2020 Frontline Call Center Partners with VBurchett Consulting to Improve Patients Experiences tncontentexchange.com ... 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- VBurchett Consulting and Frontline Call Center are joining forces to break new ground in modern patient care experiences with a new patient engagement center supporting telemedicine, customer care support, and remote patient monitoring technology . This new engagement will help doctors communicate with patients, improve patient outcomes, and increase billing with little-to-no out-of-pocket expense for patients.Frontline Call Center specializes in customized, high-touch ...
9/9/2020 Seattle health tech startup Optimize.health raises $15.6M for remote patient monitoring startup geekwire.com Become a GeekWire member Optimize.health co-founders, CEO Jeff LeBrun (left) and CTO Chuks Onwuneme. Originally known as Pillsy, the company has expanded into the larger market for remote patient monitoring. Seattle startup Optimize.health raised $15.6 million to help meet demand for its remote patient monitoring technology as investor interest in digital health solutions increases amid the pandemic. Founded in 2015, Optimize sells an end-to-end monitoring service used ...
9/9/2020 Seattle health tech startup Optimize.health raises $15.6M for remote patient monitoring service Wordpress.com Optimize.health co-founders, CTO Chuks Onwuneme, left, and CEO Jeff LeBrun, right. Originally known as Pillsy, the company has expanded into the larger market for remote patient monitoring. Seattle startup Optimize.health raised $15.6 million to help meet demand for its remote patient monitoring technology as investor interest in digital health solutions increases amid the pandemic. Founded in 2015, Optimize sells an end-to-end monitoring service used by customers including ...
9/8/2020 UPDATED Coronavirus tracker: Senate to vote as early as this week on 'targeted' COVID-19 relief FierceHealthcare ... conditions. Using the Apple Watch, patients can send ECG waveform recordings as a PDF to a health provider. "In the context of the COVID-19 public health emergency, the leveraging of current non-invasive patient monitoring technology will help eliminate unnecessary patient contact and ease the burden on hospitals, other health care facilities, and health care professionals that are experiencing increased demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic as it ...
9/2/2020 During the pandemic, local companies help seniors bridge the technology gap chesterfieldobserver.com ... to address some of the challenges facing seniors as they try to navigate the virtual world during the pandemic. Midlothian-based Remote Health Solutions has seen a 50% increase in seniors utilizing its remote patient monitoring technology since the pandemic hit. Through RHS’ devices, some people with chronic illnesses or those who require in-home elderly care can monitor their own health at home instead of visiting doctors’ offices or ...
9/2/2020 Idaho Health Data Exchange partners with Connect America to deliver a more connected health experience argusobserver.com BOISE — On Sept. 1, Idaho Health Data Exchange (IHDE) announced its partnership with Connect America, the nation’s largest independent provider of personal emergency response systems (PERS), to deliver remote patient monitoring technology solutions to help bridge the gap between individuals and healthcare providers. This also means that providers will have advanced remote monitoring capabilities in conjunction with patient’s health records and telehealth capabilities offered by IHDE. “By teaming up with ...
8/28/2020 Beyond hospitals, startup Stasis Labs is seeing increased traction for remote monitoring among outpatient providers FierceHealthcare ... and 60% of patients in developed countries have their vitals checked manually every 4 to 8 hours because existing monitoring systems are overly complex and cost prohibitive, Maylahn said. Even before coronavirus, the remote patient monitoring technology market was projected to double over the next few years. Research and Markets recently revised its predictions to indicate faster growth —from $745.7 million this year to more than $1.7 billion by 2027 ...
8/24/2020 Critical Life-Saving Cardiac Procedures Close to Home After Broward Health Coral Springs Expands Program coralspringstalk.com Broward Health Coral Springs really has a heart for their patients after expanding its cardiacs program with a state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization lab. This new lab, which includes four pre-and-post-procedure patient care bays and is equipped with the latest patient monitoring technology , is part of the hospital’s initiative to provide patients with advanced and critical life-saving cardiac procedures close to home. When it comes ...
8/17/2020 Philips launches rapid equipment deployment kit to COVID-19 response dotmed.com ... to quickly support critical care patient monitoring capabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently successfully in use in the first health systems across the US [1], the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit combines Philips advanced patient monitoring technology with predictive patient centric algorithms enabling care teams to quickly scale up critical care patient monitoring capabilities within a few hours [2]. As health systems in the U.S. continue to experience surges in ...
8/14/2020 Philips Launches COVID-19 Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit for ICUs mpo-mag.com ... to quickly support critical care patient monitoring capabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently successfully in use in the first health systems across the US 1 , the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit combines Philips advanced patient monitoring technology with predictive patient centric algorithms enabling care teams to quickly scale up critical care patient monitoring capabilities within a few hours 2 . As health systems in the U.S. continue to experience surges in ...
8/14/2020 Royal Philips introduces Rapid Equipment Deployment kit hospitalmanagement.net Royal Philips has launched its Rapid Equipment Deployment kit to help manage increase in capacity in the ICU amid Covid-19 pandemic. Philips Rapid Equipment Deployment kit is a ready-to-deploy ICU patient monitoring solution. The fully configured kit integrates Philips advanced patient monitoring technology with predictive patient centric algorithms. This allows doctors, nurses, technicians and hospital staff to quickly and easily increase critical care patient monitoring capabilities. It ...
8/14/2020 Philips Launches Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit to COVID-19 Response rtmagazine.com ... staff to quickly support critical care patient monitoring capabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently successfully in use in the first health systems across the US, the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit combines Philips advanced patient monitoring technology with predictive patient centric algorithms enabling care teams to quickly scale up critical care patient monitoring capabilities within a few hours. As health systems in the US continue to experience surges in critical ...
8/13/2020 Philips launches Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit to COVID-19 response aseantribune.com ... to quickly support critical care patient monitoring capabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently successfully in use in the first health systems across the US [1], the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit combines Philips advanced patient monitoring technology with predictive patient centric algorithms enabling care teams to quickly scale up critical care patient monitoring capabilities within a few hours [2]. As health systems in the U.S. continue to experience surges in ...
8/13/2020 Philips launches Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit to COVID-19 response Globe Newswire ... to quickly support critical care patient monitoring capabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently successfully in use in the first health systems across the US [1], the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit combines Philips advanced patient monitoring technology with predictive patient centric algorithms enabling care teams to quickly scale up critical care patient monitoring capabilities within a few hours [2]. As health systems in the U.S. continue to experience surges in ...
8/13/2020 Philips launches Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit to COVID-19 response biomedreports.com ... to quickly support critical care patient monitoring capabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently successfully in use in the first health systems across the US [1], the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit combines Philips advanced patient monitoring technology with predictive patient centric algorithms enabling care teams to quickly scale up critical care patient monitoring capabilities within a few hours [2]. As health systems in the U.S. continue to experience surges in ...
8/13/2020 Philips launches Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit to COVID-19 response philippinesnewsgazette.com ... to quickly support critical care patient monitoring capabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently successfully in use in the first health systems across the US [1], the Rapid Equipment Deployment Kit combines Philips advanced patient monitoring technology with predictive patient centric algorithms enabling care teams to quickly scale up critical care patient monitoring capabilities within a few hours [2]. As health systems in the U.S. continue to experience surges in ...