Remote Patient Monitoring

Isaiah Nathaniel, CIO, Delaware Valley Community

Drop the wires, but don’t leave the patient behind

By Isaiah Nathaniel, CIO, Delaware Valley Community Health March 11, 2020 is when the World Health Organization (WHO) classified the coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic. Since that time, we have witnessed and watched as one of the most resilient sectors ...
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Richard Zane, M.D., Chief Innovation Officer

UCHealth CARE Innovation Partnership Drives Innovation in Wearable Technology

By Richard Zane, M.D., Chief Innovation Officer, Sarah Wendel, M.D., Administration, Operations, and Quality Fellow & Adeel A. Faruki M.D., Operations, Executive Leadership, and Innovation Fellow, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus When healthcare professionals at the University of Colorado ...
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Raymond Lowe, SVP/ CIO, AltaMed Health Services

Health Equity and Telehealth

By Raymond Lowe, SVP/ CIO, AltaMed Health Services Before 2020 there had been forward-thinking discussions on the consumerism of medicine, but the pandemic forced providers to focus on patient-centric care through telehealth, chatbots, remote consults, remote patient monitoring, and rich ...
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Lance M. Owens, CMIO, Metro Health

Remote monitoring helps COVID patients at home, where they heal best

By Lance M. Owens, CMIO, Metro Health This happened almost overnight: The federal Centers for Disease Control reported a 154% increase in telehealth visits during the last week of March 2020, compared to the same period in 2019. With hospitals ...
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Nasim Rezanejad, MD, MS Physician Solutions Informaticisit, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

A Powerful Feature of Digital Technology Applied to Medicine

By Nasim Rezanejad, MD, MS Physician Solutions Informaticisit, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston The pandemic has dramatically changed where we work and how we work with one another, with our patients and their families, and with ...
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QT Medical

QT Medical-Remote 12-Lead ECG: A Replacement, Not An Alternative!

Dr. Ruey-Kang Chang, CEO What seemed like a page out of a fantasy fiction novel or sci-fi creation is now a reality. Thanks to technology, particularly in healthcare, a significant part has moved to the patients’ homes. The level of ...
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Dhrumil Shah_Compass Medical

Remote Care: Turning Crisis into Opportunity

By Dhrumil Shah, CMIO, Compass Medical Healthcare has never been considered an industry easy to disrupt or willing to embrace innovation. It took a global pandemic to change healthcare as we know it today and I am certain that we ...
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By Alka Kohli, M.D., M.B.A., EVP & Chief Population Health and Clinical Officer, Inspira Health

Remote Patient Monitoring in the age of COVID-19

By Alka Kohli, MD, MBA, EVP & Chief Population Health and Clinical Officer, Inspira Health While the health care industry has always championed and driven innovation, the COVID-19 pandemic has advanced and accelerated the pace at which many technologies have ...
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Rose Chaperon, Ph.D., MSHL, HLRM, Vice President of Revenue Cycle, Mercy Iowa City Hospital

Covid-19, Remote Workers, and Technology in 2020 and Beyond

By Rose Chaperon, Ph.D., MSHL, HLRM, Vice President of Revenue Cycle, Mercy Iowa City Hospital Having worked in many different environments over the years, from remote, critical access, Indian health, and large suburban hospitals, I have seen how technology has ...
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Sandra Powell-Elliott, VP, Hackensack Meridian Health

A Pandemic’s Impact on Organizational Innovation

By Sandra Powell-Elliott, MBA, Vice President, Life Sciences and Innovation, Hackensack Meridian Health Hackensack Meridian Health system is an integrated, not-for-profit health care network comprised of three large academic teaching hospitals, two children’s hospitals, 12 other hospitals across the state ...
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Tara Matthews, CIO-CISO, Einstein Healthcare Network

Remote Patient Monitoring and Impacts with COVID-19

By Tara Matthews, CIO-CISO, Einstein Healthcare Network Prior to COVID-19, Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) was primarily used for the chronic care business model in a telehealth strategy. The key use cases were heart disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, as ...
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David Reis_University of Miami Health

University of Miami Health System Using Remote Monitoring Tool for Home Hospitalization

By David W. Reis, Ph.D., CIO, University of Miami Health System 2020 will be remembered for years to come for several reasons. Among them will undoubtedly be the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. The nature of COVID-19 has given rise ...
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Lynn Gibson, VP/Chief Technology Officer, Christus Health

How has the COVID-19 Pandemic changed the way we live?

By Lynn Gibson, VP/Chief Technology Officer, Christus Health The vocabulary of springtime has changed from talks of summer vacations to shelter in place and social distancing. Thoughts of open concerts and beaches are being replaced with home repair projects and ...
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IDSolutions-Taking Patient Observation to Brand New Heights

IDSolutions – Taking Patient Observation to Brand New Heights

Tracy Mills, Founder & President The role of patient sitters in healthcare is indispensable. They offer round-the-clock monitoring for patients that require critical care, improve a patient’s safety and hospital stay, and free up medical staff to focus on clinical ...
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Samuel Alfano, Medical Director, Clinical Informatics at Crozer Keystone Health System

The future of Health Care is Connected Care

By Samuel Alfano, Medical Director, Clinical Informatics at Crozer Keystone Health System Connected Health Care often refers to Technology Enabled Care, where the use of new technology aims to enable patients access healthcare remotely, outside of traditional models of care ...
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Ray Lowe, SVP/CIO at AltaMed Health Services

A CIO’s story of managing COVID-19 – AltaMed Health Services

By Ray Lowe, SVP/CIO at AltaMed Health Services In February 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak wasn’t well understood as news reports from Wuhan, China continued to develop. I recall my CMIO and I were getting ready for HIMSS, which was scheduled ...
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The Secret to Successful EHR Adoption

By Beverly Jordan, Vice President and Chief Information and Transformation Officer, Baptist Memorial Health Care While electronic health records are mandated under the Affordable Care Act, the real key to making an EHR beneficial for everyone is understating how it works ...
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Telehealth Adoption: Helping Care Teams Better Serve Their Patients and Communities

By Mark Crandall, Chief Information Officer, Consulate Health Care At the nexus of Healthcare and Technology emerges solutions aimed to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction, while making the jobs of clinicians safer and more effective. The primary driver of these ...
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