What happens between patient encounters can be as important, if not more important than what happens during an in-person visit, especially for patients with chronic conditions and those transitioning from the hospital to the home.
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) as we know it today – with all its advantages – falls short. The reason? Monitoring and alerting alone cannot provide one of the most critical parts of healthcare: care itself.
Increase program adherence with remote CHF care plans and improve outcomes for your cardiac rehab patients. Our automated remote patient care system leverages validated surveys and questionnaires of your choosing such as ePro, PHQ9, Promis10, Borg rating and more to monitor patient health.
“The Datos solution has been a godsend, for both patients and our medical staff, patients no longer need to feel alone or afraid, with nurses able to remotely yet closely track their indicators, reach out to them by video calls, and ease them through whatever they’re experiencing at any point.”
“We were able to personalize the Datos Health app for our research study of home-based cardiac rehabilitation in patients supported by a left ventricular assist device. Using the app, we have been able to help our patients increase their daily activity level and overall health.”
“The versatility of Datos’ remote care platform and it’s ability to increase patient engagement and adherence through personaliztion of the application is integral to making tele-cardiac rehabilitation a viable option for patients unable or unwilling to particapate in center-based cardiac rehabilitation programs.”
“By enabling mobile self-reporting and automated-triage workflows tailored to patients’ individual cancer treatments, the Datos Health platform can give patients reassurance and immediate relief for less-severe side effects while freeing up care teams to focus more efforts on patients who need their personal attention. Ultimately this can help increase treatment adherence, improve quality of life, limit avoidable adverse events and afford real-time monitoring of patient progress.”
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