When it comes to monitoring and managing patient health, healthcare organizations are increasingly moving away from depending primarily on hospital-based treatment and periodic exams as the only available options. Digital health solutions, such as remote patient monitoring devices, make this possible. Because of advances in technology, medical facilities are now able to provide treatment to patients no matter where they are located.
Remote patient monitoring devices collect health data in real-time and electronically send it to doctors for analysis and treatment planning. These tools have the potential to revolutionize healthcare at home by lowering costs and increasing efficiency, accessibility, and quality. The use of this technology has the potential to improve the quality of treatment provided as well as the interaction between the doctor and patient. Dr. Robert Segal, co-founder of LabFinder and founder of Manhattan Cardiology, explains what you need to know about remote patient monitoring. Read the article.