As patients’ involvement in their own healthcare grows, providers are looking to wearables and mobile apps as a way to reduce hospital readmission rates. Continue reading Can Mobile Apps and Wearables Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates?
Digital health tech is moving beyond the consumer market as providers and pharmaceutical companies embrace wearables. Continue reading Digital Health Tech Takes Off in Clinical Trials and Pharmaceuticals
A digital health advisor could provide a crucial link connecting healthcare consumers with the medical system in a way that saves money and improves care. Continue reading A Digital Health Advisor: The Next Logical Step in Healthcare Technology
Health-related mobile devices, apps and wearables offer people with chronic conditions effective disease management tools, but few are opting to use them. Continue reading Digital Health Tools Used More for Lifestyle Than Disease Management
Digital healthcare (or connected care) enables patients and providers to easily share information, improving processes and outcomes. Continue reading How Digital Healthcare Helps Patients and Providers
Tablets are enabling healthcare providers to offer preventative services to in-home care patients with chronic illnesses. Continue reading How Technology is Keeping In-Home Care Patients Out of the Hospital