The Hospital Landscape is Preparing for Digital Interventions — Here's How Your Organization Can Make the Most of Patient-Generated Health Data
The number of remotely monitored patients worldwide hit 7.1 million in 2016. Over the next three years, this figure is estimated to reach 50.2 million.
Remote monitoring offers patients with various chronic and post-acute conditions the ability to collect and transmit relevant health and wellness data to providers, who in turn can provide data-driven treatment assessments and behavior recommendations. However, despite a substantial value proposition, providers often struggle to implement robust virtual care programs.
To investigate why, Validic, the leading platform for patient-generated health data integration and analysis, partnered with Becker's Hospital Review to conduct a survey on providers' attitudes toward the current and future states of remote monitoring and virtual care delivery.
In this e-book, readers will learn to:
Overcome common technological, financial and personnel concerns that providers cite as key barriers to implementing remote monitoring services
Assess technological infrastructure to promote interoperability while ensuring data is only delivered to physicians once it is actionable
Evaluate how remote monitoring programs will help them meet new incentives under emerging financial models
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