The partnerships enable providers to transform point of care workflows managed via ruggedized VoIP wireless devices. It also helps enhance patient engagement with data-driven interaction during outbound and inbound patient calls.
GlobalMed's virtual health solutions are the first synchronous clinical virtual health technologies awarded an ATO. This much coveted certification enables GlobalMed to integrate their virtual health platform including carts, medical devices, software, and applications directly with the DHA's Med COI network, making their solutions available to integrate with MHS Genesis, the new patient-centric enterprise system designed to provide a single, continuous record of care for all DOD beneficiaries.
On Telehealth: Timothy Kelley, CEO of Nautilus, said "Our rural and mobile doctors and professionals can use TeleRay in many situations." He explained that TeleRay could view modalities such as ultrasound in real-time from remote locations.
Feasibility, Safety, and Effectiveness of a Mobile Application in Cardiac Rehabilitation study results revealed significant improvement in exercise capacity and consistent adherence among patients, with over 63% completing the goal of 150 minutes of aerobic exercise per week.
Isao Ogino, president, and CEO of OMRON Healthcare notes, "The integration of these complementary technologies allows us to expand the heart health data we provide our customers and physician partners for a more complete picture of a patient's heart health."
As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises people to stay home and avoid public gatherings, CompuGroup Medical US (CGM) offers its CGM ELVI Telemedicine service free to medical providers.