Navigate COVID-19 with telehealth, remote patient monitoring (RPM), and interoperability.
Since the onset of COVID-19, health care organizations across the industry are changing the way they deliver care. While gloves and masks are already a norm, social distancing may be the greatest barrier to patient care that the health industry has faced to date. Chronic care management, hospice, episodic post-surgery care, and others are depending heavily on technology to take care of their patients and clinical staff.
Telehealth, remote patient monitoring (RPM), these challenging times. Many home health and hospice organizations are already using these end-to-end strategies that leverage technology to provide quality care and reduce operational costs to help offset the financial impact of the crisis.
Why is this the case?
A high percentage of hospitals, physicians, and clinicians have moved to electronic transmissions for their business referrals (e-Referrals), prescriptions, and patient information exchange. This is enabling them to detect and prevent readmissions, as well as manage their payables and reporting. More than half will give their business to a provider who is connected. Strong digital interfacing was fast becoming the new norm, even before the arrival of COVID-19. Providers who have not transitioned are already finding themselves at a distinct disadvantage over their connected counterparts and COVID-19 has only made matters worse.
If you need help connecting with your patients during this time, this eBook will provide you with three proven strategies to get you started. This eBook outlines the critical features and benefits that smart organizations are using to navigate COVID-19 and stay healthy, both operationally as well as financially, through the pandemic and beyond.
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