Demand for Telemedicine Virtual Care Technology Increases as a Result of Latest Disasters
October 5, 2017
One of the primary healthcare benefits of Telemedicine is that it increases the access to the physician and allows the physician to keep in contact and to be able to remotely interact with their patient on a frequent basis. Telemedicine is reaching a rapidly growing mass of people as it's a lot easier to help patients understand how it fits into their life when they are displaced from such events as natural disasters and need care or allowing patients to use the services for chronic care management or even remote monitoring that automatically collects vital signs and tracks medication adherence. Advancing companies in the industry include:
"We are excited to announce that we now have 1,000 patients live on our platform," said Dr.
Reliq's digital health solution provides high quality virtual care in the community by creating a 'virtual hospital ward' within the patient's home, automatically collecting vital signs and tracking medication adherence. Reliq's interactive voice technology provides patients with audible alerts and reminders to take their medications, collect their vitals using Bluetooth-enabled monitoring devices and perform prescribed rehab or fitness activities. Reliq's two-way voice hub provides voice-activated access to patient education content, empowering patients and family members to proactively manage complex chronic conditions. The
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