The National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved says its goal is to make social determinants of health data available to institutions that may not have had access to it.
Training and teamwork were key, said New Jersey's Preferred Behavioral Health Group, which has made good use of a $420,000 FCC grant.
The product, called Optum Virtual Care, is aimed at integrating in-person care, telehealth, home care and behavioral care, company leaders said on an earnings call this past week.
Some companies are betting on telehealth's "gold rush," but virtual care may run into limiting factors.
When the pandemic struck, the health system re-tasked its RPM technology from CHF and COPD home care to COVID-19 home care. The results were tremendous.
Anumana will develop and market algorithms for early detection of disease. Lucem Health can collect device data and feed it into clinical workflows. Both spin-offs aim to capitalize on advances in AI and remote telemetry.
Classic Air Medical will help the Salt Lake City health system extend its ability to serve and coordinate care for rural communities throughout eight Western states.
After a wildfire wreaked havoc on Santa Rosa Community Health, the organization cured IT instability and other challenges by turning to a one-stop-shop tech-services vendor.
While provider customers were largely satisfied with their vendors' response to COVID-19, the report finds some major players stand out and others fall short.
A physician expert in RPM discusses why the technology is so important to patient care and outcomes, and describes what needs to happen to capitalize on its promise.