Remote Patient Monitoring: What's Changing?
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Remote Patient Monitoring: What's Changing?

By Healthcare Tech Outlook | Thursday, June 25, 2020

FREMONT, CA: For the longest time, patient monitoring involved direct contact between healthcare providers and patients. However, advancing technologies are already on their way to change the fundamentals of patient monitoring by enabling mobile monitoring facilities. High-speed networks, extensive connectivity, and the availability of smart devices with patients and doctors alike is making remote patient monitoring increasingly popular today. While remote patient monitoring solutions have seen a varying degree of adoption lately, some recent developments are sparking excitement in the healthcare domain. The following list contains some interesting and promising changes that will shape remote patient monitoring.

Monitoring Becoming Highly Flexible

As more and more healthcare facilities adopt remote patient monitoring solutions, the level of flexibility that patients can enjoy is growing. Patients today have the option of accessing medical care through personal devices. With remote facilities, patients can undertake health evaluations from the convenience of their homes. The inclusion of mobile apps in patient monitoring has been very impactful. Both care providers, as well as patients, are now equipped with tools that aid round-the-clock services through intuitive dashboards and simple controls. Top 10 Healthcare Mobility Solution Providers - 2020

Access to Relevant Information Only

Improvements in remote patent monitoring solutions have led to data becoming more streamlined and credible. Formerly, extensive amounts of patient data would be collected. However, it proved to be inefficient as only relevant data adds value to healthcare services. Thus, remote monitoring capabilities are evolving to streamline and record data in patient-specific models. This prevents data overload and allows an improved quality of services. The role of technologies like AI and Machine Learning are crucial in this respect.

Comprehensive Well-being of Patients

Previously, remote patient monitoring would involve a limited amount of interactions and interventions. Now there has been an explosion of wearable devices that facilitate monitoring of several critical health metrics. Thus, it is becoming easier for healthcare providers to keep better track of a patient and provide holistic experiences.

Remote patient monitoring systems are evolving in response to advanced technological interventions. Consistent developments like these will subsequently result in intelligent, interactive, and integrated remote patient monitoring capabilities.

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