Posts Tagged ‘Telehealth’

Infographic: Medicine, Millennials and Mobile

March 20th, 2017 by Melanie Matthews

Telehealth is becoming a bigger part of the U.S. medical landscape each year, according to a new infographic by URAC.

The infographic examines the growing number of businesses that currently offer or plan to offer telehealth benefits as part of their employee health benefit package and the key driver of this expansion.

Real-time remote management of high-risk populations curbed hospitalizations, hospital readmissions and ER visits for more than 80 percent of respondents and boosted self-management levels for nearly all remotely monitored patients, according to 2014 market data from the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

Remote Monitoring of High-Risk Patients: Telehealth Protocols for Chronic Care Management profiles a successful eight-year initiative by New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation's (NYCHHC) House Calls Telehealth Program that significantly lowered patients' A1C blood glucose levels.

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Infographic: Is Your Health System Ready for Virtual Healthcare?

December 5th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Consumer preference, increased health system adoption, and health benefit coverage are driving growth in virtual care in the healthcare industry, according to a new infographic by Zipnosis. Health systems need virtual care to compete—both now and in the future.

The infographic examines the drivers of this shift to virtual care and what the future holds.

Is Your Health System Ready for Virtual Healthcare?

Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Condition Management: Leveraging Technology in a Value-Based System Encouraged by early success in coaching 23 patients to wellness at home via remote monitoring, CHRISTUS Health expanded its remote patient monitoring (RPM) enrollment to 170 high-risk, high-cost patients. At that scaling-up juncture, the challenge for CHRISTUS shifted to balancing its mission of keeping patients healthy and in their homes with maintaining revenue streams sufficient to keep its doors open in a largely fee-for-service environment.

Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Condition Management: Leveraging Technology in a Value-Based System chronicles the evolution of the CHRISTUS RPM pilot, which is framed around a Bluetooth®-enabled monitoring kit sent home with patients at hospital discharge.

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Infographic: 24/7 Online Health

November 7th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Seventy percent of U.S. patients are comfortable communicating with doctors via text, email and video, according to a new infographic by Anthem.

The infographic examines how telehealth services could address the primary care shortage and access to care issues while potentially reducing costs.

Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Condition Management: Leveraging Technology in a Value-Based System Encouraged by early success in coaching 23 patients to wellness at home via remote monitoring, CHRISTUS Health expanded its remote patient monitoring (RPM) enrollment to 170 high-risk, high-cost patients. At that scaling-up juncture, the challenge for CHRISTUS shifted to balancing its mission of keeping patients healthy and in their homes with maintaining revenue streams sufficient to keep its doors open in a largely fee-for-service environment.

Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Condition Management: Leveraging Technology in a Value-Based System chronicles the evolution of the CHRISTUS RPM pilot, which is framed around a Bluetooth®-enabled monitoring kit sent home with patients at hospital discharge.

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Infographic: The Telemedicine Journey

October 14th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

It may seem like telemedicine has made a recent advent, taking healthcare's center stage in the last decade. However, the idea of telemedicine and uses for it have been around for 100 years, according to a new infographic by CDW Healthcare.

The infographic examines telemedicine highlights over the years.

The world of digitally enabled care is exploding: the number of patients using telehealth services will rise to 7 million in 2018, according to IHS Technology; healthcare apps and 'wearables' are trending in technology circles and healthcare providers' offices; and CMS's new 'Next Generation ACO' model is expected to favor expanded telehealth coverage.

2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine delivers actionable new telehealth metrics on technologies, program components, successes and ROI from 115 healthcare organizations. This 60-page report, now in its fourth year, documents benchmarks on current and planned telehealth and telemedicine initiatives, with historical perspective from 2009 to present.

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Infographic: Complete Care Remotely There

September 30th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Despite the growth in the number of hospitalists, demand is outpacing supply, according to a new infographic by Eagle Telemedicine.

The infographic details how telemedicine can help meet the growing demand for hospitalists and be a cost-effective alternative to costly overnight hospitalist staffing models.

Real-time remote management of high-risk populations curbed hospitalizations, hospital readmissions and ER visits for more than 80 percent of respondents and boosted self-management levels for nearly all remotely monitored patients, according to 2014 market data from the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

Remote Monitoring of High-Risk Patients: Telehealth Protocols for Chronic Care Management profiles a successful eight-year initiative by New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation's (NYCHHC) House Calls Telehealth Program that significantly lowered patients' A1C blood glucose levels.

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Infographic: Telehealth Becoming the New Normal for Patient Care

September 23rd, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Telehealth services use will increase from an estimated 250,000 patients in 2013 to an estimated 3.2 million patients in 2018, according to a new infographic by Intel.

The infographic examines the care options available via telehealth.

Real-time remote management of high-risk populations curbed hospitalizations, hospital readmissions and ER visits for more than 80 percent of respondents and boosted self-management levels for nearly all remotely monitored patients, according to 2014 market data from the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN).

Remote Monitoring of High-Risk Patients: Telehealth Protocols for Chronic Care Management profiles a successful eight-year initiative by New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation's (NYCHHC) House Calls Telehealth Program that significantly lowered patients' A1C blood glucose levels.

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Infographic: Telemedicine Trends

July 29th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Telemedicine is a growing field that is bringing healthcare into homes via computers, tablets or smartphones, according to a new infographic by Austin Benefits Group.

The infographic examines telemedicine trends, including potential savings from telemedicine, the expected number of telemedicine patients by 2018 and telemedicine reimbursement and outcomes.

The world of digitally enabled care is exploding: the number of patients using telehealth services will rise to 7 million in 2018, according to IHS Technology; healthcare apps and 'wearables' are trending in technology circles and healthcare providers' offices; and CMS's new 'Next Generation ACO' model is expected to favor expanded telehealth coverage.

2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine delivers actionable new telehealth metrics on technologies, program components, successes and ROI from 115 healthcare organizations. This 60-page report, now in its fourth year, documents benchmarks on current and planned telehealth and telemedicine initiatives, with historical perspective from 2009 to present.

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Infographic: Physician Telehealth Insight

May 6th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Telehealth is revolutionizing the healthcare industry. Patients are demanding services that allow them to connect to their physician no matter the time or location, according to a new infographic by the MedData Group.

The infographic provides insight into physicians' opinions of telehealth—what they see as advantages and disadvantages, and their practices' plan for offering telehealth services.

The world of digitally enabled care is exploding: the number of patients using telehealth services will rise to 7 million in 2018, according to IHS Technology; healthcare apps and 'wearables' are trending in technology circles and healthcare providers' offices; and CMS's new 'Next Generation ACO' model is expected to favor expanded telehealth coverage.

2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine delivers actionable new telehealth metrics on technologies, program components, successes and ROI from 115 healthcare organizations. This 60-page report, now in its fourth year, documents benchmarks on current and planned telehealth and telemedicine initiatives, with historical perspective from 2009 to present.

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Infographic: Virtual Healthcare

January 29th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

Technologies such as hologram house calls, where a physician "visits" you in your home via a hologram link, and a virtual doctor app for your smartphone or tablet are just of the some of the ways that technology may be used in the future of healthcare. These innovations are projected to dramatically reduce the number of hours that doctors require for each of their patients and could potentially revolutionize the healthcare industry significantly, according to a new infographic by Home Healthcare Adaptations.

The infographic looks at the potential savings of virtual healthcare, benefits to healthcare professionals and patients, and challenges faced by virtual healthcare.

From home sensors that track daily motion and sleep abnormalities to video visits via teleconferencing, Humana's nine pilots of remote patient monitoring test technologies to keep the frail elderly at home as long as possible. When integrated with telephonic care management, remote monitoring has helped to avert medical emergencies and preventable hospitalizations among individuals with serious medical and functional challenges.

In Remote Patient Monitoring for Enhanced Care Coordination: Technology to Manage an Aging Population, Gail Miller, vice president of telephonic clinical operations in Humana's care management organization, Humana Cares/SeniorBridge, reviews Humana's expanded continuum of care aimed at improving health outcomes, increasing satisfaction and reducing overall healthcare costs with a more holistic approach.

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HINfographic: Telehealth and Telemedicine Technologies Foster Access, Power Population Health

January 20th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

With millennials to Medicare beneficiaries strapping on fitness trackers, visiting specialists via video, and monitoring chronic conditions at home, telehealth and telemedicine services are redefining the boundaries of healthcare delivery. A 2015 Telehealth & Telemedicine survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network captured trends powering this burgeoning market, whose global value is expected to surpass $34 billion by 2020.

A new infographic by HIN examines the top clinical telehealth applications, the greatest barrier to telehealth implementation and details on telehealth adoption and ROI.

The world of digitally enabled care is exploding: the number of patients using telehealth services will rise to 7 million in 2018, according to IHS Technology; healthcare apps and 'wearables' are trending in technology circles and healthcare providers' offices; and CMS's new 'Next Generation ACO' model is expected to favor expanded telehealth coverage.

2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine delivers actionable new telehealth metrics on technologies, program components, successes and ROI from 115 healthcare organizations. This 60-page report, now in its fourth year, documents benchmarks on current and planned telehealth and telemedicine initiatives, with historical perspective from 2009 to present.

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