Technology Trends in Telehealth and Connected Care

There are many trends in telehealth and healthcare technology that will continue to shape the way we technology impacts interactions between doctors and patients. Some of these trends include: EMR: One trend that has already developed is the increased use of electronic medical records (EMR) by medical providers. Electronic medical records contain information about a […]

Telemedicine vs. In-Office: A Duality of Care for Healthcare Providers

Telemedicine allows providers and patients to see one another in real-time using internet connected tools such as laptops and mobile communication devices. “In-office” refers to the traditional doctor and healthcare experience. The balance of telemedicine and in-office care are rapidly impacting the healthcare industry. More providers are offering these innovative services to their patients and […]

The Role of Connected Health in Patient Engagement

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The implementation of patient-centric connected healthcare is becoming increasingly utilized. The way patients experience and manage their personal healthcare has changed dramatically in recent years. At the same time, healthcare managers are challenged with implementing and maintaining quality health care delivery that engages patients and their care providers. Patient empowerment through digital technologies such as […]

Remote Patient Monitoring

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Remote patient monitoring is the use of computerized technology via software platforms such as VOLA to monitor and report health information from patients to primary care physicians or other healthcare professionals for treatment and, if needed, prescriptions. The ability to keep up with patients’ health has drastically increased due to the technology that makes staying […]

Connected Care via Telehealth

Connected care practice is quickly becoming a popular alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar medical offices. Connected care systems, such as telemedicine, have made it possible for patients and doctors to share information about their issues and accompanying medical histories, virtually. It has been embraced by consumers and medical professionals alike because it saves time and sheds the inconveniences of traditional doctor office visits.