Enabling citizens to be supported at home through tech enabled care
While 2020 saw the radical growth of Remote Care as health care providers sought effective means of delivering virtual patient care throughout the height of the pandemic, 2021 has demonstrated that even as COVID-restrictions ease, Remote Care is here to stay.
But as the technology and regulatory landscape continue to evolve to better meet the needs of patients and practitioners alike, many healthcare providers still have questions unanswered about how to best implement an Remote Care program suited to their specific goals and needs.
Remote Care empowers our patient population to be more engaged and knowledgeable about their conditions and treatment. It has the capacity to improve the quality of healthcare data if uploaded to EPRs, creating a complete patient medical history with real-time information.
With these tools – the potential of ‘prevention’ over ‘cure’ approach to healthcare is made easier and possible Most common use of Remote Care patients chronic disease management – enabling the patient to maintain independence and reduce health risk.
At the Leading healthcare Innovation summit – we consider the most significant trends shaping the remote care landscape in 2021.