Investment in new health-related technologies has been greatly accelerated by the pandemic.
As the country emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time to evaluate and assess lessons learned and find any possible silver linings derived from the crisis. This includes telehealth and the use of remote technology.
As the focal point of care moves away from the facility and into the home, care providers and health systems will lean more heavily on connected health devices in advancing and expanding the future of healthcare.
Increased awareness during the COVID-19 crisis and public efforts to strengthen the development of healthcare technologies has boosted the smart medical devices sector.
The continued threat of COVID-19 and prevalence of cardiac disorders are some of the key factors driving telemedicine industry expansion worldwide.
As organizations continue to use technology to enhance the way they provide care, changes must be made to ensure the interoperability of the technology, patient data and continuity between providers.
COVID-19 ushered in a fundamental change in how medicine is being delivered.
Using the right strategy, remote patient monitoring turns episodic care into preventative care, potentially improving the patient experience and health outcomes.
The pandemic has ushered in a novel era of cardiac health management, with remote patient monitoring at its forefront.
To better understand the future of telehealth, it is important to understand what the costs look like over time and whether telehealth offers advantages in cutting healthcare costs overall.