Noninvasive monitoring producing long-term datasets
Generating telehealth revenue
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Remote monitoring is now an essential part of healthcare. Outcomes-oriented care teams need new tools for:
Data-driven, real time decision support
Optimizing staff and equipment resources during a capacity crisis and for value-based care
Guiding patients to the right care at the right place at the right time
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is ideal for coordinating clinical support of underserved
and complex patient populations
However, many of the neediest patients are not actively self-monitoring for many reasons. EmPowerYu solves the problem of lack of engagement - the system collects home patterns passively, without requiring the person to do anything differently than normal, which eliminates typical data gaps that occur when the person forgets to take readings or stops using a device. Also, we don't need broadband to transmit data securely; we work on a cellular connection.
EmPowerYu provides a data-rich view of daily life that can triage patients to the appropriate point of care, reducing unnecessary use of hospitals and emergency rooms. RPM is fundamental to a telehealth program that sustains revenue to both local and remote providers. Patients like the convenience of telehealth - phone and video visits are predicted to be up to half of clinical interactions after 2020. And reimbursement for setup and monitoring is available when medical devices are used in the system.
"Data from a Smart Home system would be a tremendous advantage over the anecdotal and unreliable data we get from those of our patients who are not successful in taking medical device readings daily, and those who report inaccurately.""
Department of Veterans Affairs, Director of Surgery and Perioperative Care
"Being able to have multiple data points on patients literally every day, to manage patients with chronic diseases is way more effective than a patient going to see a doctor once every six months to see how their blood pressure or diabetes is doing."
Todd Czartoski, MD, Providence Chief Medical Technology Officer, from Fierce Healthcare interview