The next four years will bring a seismic shift in connected healthcare technology, with an increased emphasis on chronic condition management, personal fitness and wellness and remote patient monitoring, according to a new report.
The number of patients using remote health monitoring devices has doubled in 2015 to 4.9 million due to "rising market acceptance," according to a Berg Insights report.
This week I had the chance to speak about mHealth with Spyglass Managing Director Gregg Malkary, and during the discussion I noticed a trend: optimism of what's to come for mobile technology in...
More than half of hospitals and health systems responding to a new survey are deploying remote patient monitoring systems to achieve operational efficiencies, improve risk management and boost care quality and control costs, according to Spyglass Consulting Group.
Cost of care decreased and patient satisfaction jumped in a remote monitoring pilot project conducted by CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System in Texarkana, Texas, according to research presented this week at the mHealth Summit in Washington, D.C.
Over the next five years, there will be 96 million users of app-enabled mHealth and mobile-fitness hardware devices, up from 15 million in 2013, according to a new report from Juniper Research.
Over the next five years, remote patient monitoring will result in cost savings of up to $36 billion worldwide, according to an announcement on the mHealth market from Juniper Research. The report...
While 55 percent of ACOs interviewed for a recent survey have deployed or are evaluating remote patient monitoring technology, 71 percent of organizations expressed concerns about integrating RPM technology with existing clinical care processes and clinical information systems including their electronic medical record.
Fueled by healthcare reform aimed at reducing in-patient costs and post-acute care strategies designed to reduce readmissions, the worldwide telehealth (remote patient monitoring) market will grow by 55 percent in 2013 in terms of device and service revenues, according to a recent report from InMedica, the medical technology research division of U.K.-based market research consultancy IMS Research.
AT&T has launched new cloud-based remote patient monitoring technology that is delivered as software-as-a-service from Ericsson. The offering is designed to help doctors monitor their patients over video on a tablet connected to the Internet, providing coaching, reminders and health education to help better manage chronic diseases remotely without requiring a return hospital visit.