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40% of Physicians Say They’ll Adopt Remote Patient Monitoring Next Year

A September 2022 survey by the American Medical Association (AMA) found 40% of surveyed physicians plan to adopt remote patient monitoring in the next year.  AMA issued surveys to 1,300 physicians to gauge their thoughts on technologies including remote patient monitoring, telehealth, clinical decision support, and other modalities for digital

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An individual with hypoglycemia checking their blood sugar levels.
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Managing Your Hypoglycemia or Low Blood Glucose Levels

The body needs glucose for energy. When your blood glucose levels fall too low, you may feel shaky, dizzy, or weak. You may have trouble thinking clearly. If your blood sugar drops very low, you could even lose consciousness. According to a 2020 report from the CDC, over 26.9 million

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A patient checks his vitals using remote patient monitoring technology.
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What You Need to Know about Remote Patient Monitoring

With the COVID-19 pandemic filling up hospitals, the medical industry has innovated in various ways to try and ensure everyone’s safety. One of the popular innovations of the pandemic was remote patient monitoring (RPM). Now that the world is slowly returning to normal, more professionals are convinced about adapting remote

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A doctor checks blood pressure for a patient with a chronic condition. This action can also be performed via telehealth.
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Remote Patient Monitoring is Growing Thanks to Providers

Remote patient monitoring experienced a sharp spike in usage thanks to a small number of providers, according to a September 2022 study from Health Affairs.  These primary care providers are leveraging remote patient monitoring technology in the hopes that it will improve patient health outcomes for those suffering from chronic

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Examining the Post-Pandemic Trajectory for Telehealth

According to research from Optum, 93% of medical professionals plan to continue leveraging telehealth as one method for care delivery in the wake of the pandemic. However, at present,  telehealth usage has dipped a bit since worldwide lockdowns were in full effect. Despite telehealth use still being higher than it

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7 Ways Hospitals Can Take Patient Care to the Next Level

Every health care facility is expected to provide patient-centered care. A real patient-centered approach to health care involves patients in their experience by recognizing their feedback and uniqueness. Patient-centered health care professionals pursue treatment regimens that prioritize quality over quantity, and their efforts result in excellent outcomes – long-term therapy,

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Patient Engagement
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3 Strategies for Better Patient Engagement Results

Research shows that patients have better outcomes and healthier lives when involved in their own care experience. This is why healthcare organizations use strategies to engage patients better.  Still, most healthcare leaders and clinicians believe just 34 percent of their patients are highly engaged. Engaging patients in their care can

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Pharmaceutical
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The Top Challenges that the Pharmaceutical Industry Faces

The pharmaceutical industry is a vital part of the economy, providing both jobs and economic stability. However, the industry faces many challenges that could jeopardize the sustainability of many laboratories. In this article, we will highlight the major challenges facing this strategic sector and how to overcome them. The Top

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Questionnaires
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8 Questionnaires That Can Help Monitor Medication Adherence

It’s no secret that we must take medication whenever we feel sick. After all, medicine is meant to alleviate the suffering one might experience. However, it can be challenging for medical professionals to determine what should be prescribed. While most examinations work, there are instances where a condition might seem

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5 Ways Medical Affordability Affects Medication Adherance

Affordability is still a leading factor affecting medication adherence among patients. Despite other factors’ existence, the primary reason people fail to get the help they need continuously is the lack of enough funds to sustain the necessary procedures to get them well. But why does affordability play a significant role

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