Stay connected to patients, wherever they are
Ask a patient how they feel, and you’ll get a subjective answer. However, measuring their health and behaviors through automated sensors delivers an entirely different level of insight that can truly improve the quality of care they receive.
Everything from physiological data to environmental conditions can be monitored and made available for analysis and insight through cellular or Wi-Fi networks.
The use of wireless monitoring is increasing rapidly, with an estimated 2.2 million patients worldwide already using this technology according to recent research from Berg Insight. According to Berg Insight, industry analysts anticipate the number of patient connections facilitated by wireless monitoring will reach 4.9 million by 2016. In addition, Technavio estimates the global patient monitoring marketing will reach $9.3 billion by 2014.
Remote Monitoring includes:
- Physiological sensors: Monitor physiological data such as ECG, heart rate, respiratory rate, activity level, weight, blood pressure, and more.
- Environmental sensors: Gain insight into an individual’s environment through temperature monitors, motion sensors, and other monitors that help ensure safety and well-being.
- Anytime, anywhere access: Access and analyze the collected data using mobile and web-enabled devices, or through existing health record systems, while allowing the patient to maintain their independence with the latest non-invasive monitoring devices.
Click here to find out how Preventice delivers remote patient monitoring.