Healthcare is at a crossroads. Although Remote Patient Monitoring has proven to be a viable component of the healthcare toolbox, uptake has been slow, due to inherent limitations in existing remote digital healthcare paradigms and the reliance on caregivers to provide patients with even the simplest feedback and guidance.
To move the quality and scope of care to the next level, while effectively leveraging existing and emerging technology, a new paradigm for remote healthcare is required – one that leverages automation to put the care into remote healthcare.
How automated remote care differs from remote patient monitoring and virtual care
How assisted self-care benefits patients and overstretched care teams
How a patient engagement platform can improve program adherence for a variety of use cases
“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.”
“The versatility of Datos’ remote care platform and its ability to increase patient engagement and adherence through personalization of the application is integral to making tele-cardiac rehabilitation a viable option for patients unable or unwilling to participate in center-based cardiac rehabilitation programs.”
“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.”
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