In today's digital era attracting new patients requires optimizing online presence. The internet search and social media have changed the way patients access healthcare. It's safe to say that by now most healthcare professionals understand the role of a solid web presence when it comes to attracting new patients and keeping onto existing ones. Keep reading to know what you need to do to grow your online presence.
Healthcare providers have two options when picking an electronic health record (EHR) system - the first one is to pick a client-server EHR, and the second one is to have an EHR system where the software is hosted by the vendor in the cloud. Well, both of these systems have numerous, insurmountable benefits over paper records. Cloud-based EHR systems are superior as they offer significantly more advantages to small practices over the client-server model. Healthcare professionals have found that Cloud EHR technology has the potential to reduce operational costs.
Enhancing the quality of life is one of the main goals of combining innovations into medicine. Medical technologies like minimally-invasive surgeries, more reliable monitoring systems, and more convenient scanning equipment are enabling patients to spend less time in healing and more time experiencing a healthy life.
The continuous spread of COVID-19 has given health care providers the ultimate stress test over the past months, but EHR use has helped them overcome many of the problems. From building field hospitals and installing EHR systems at no cost to lower hospital crowd, or placing together surge capacity support to help providers prepare for a large number of patients, EHR telehealth has been a blessing for care providers and patients.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused profound shifts within both the healthcare system and the world at large. The continuous and dynamic nature of this public health emergency is showing the value of having ways and solutions that are adaptable rather than fixed. Under the telemedicine and digital health umbrella, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are increasingly used and combined to analyze the data and give actionable insights to improve healthcare. Doctors have moved towards the use of digital devices, but Covid-19 is accelerating that shift.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a promising field that has the potential to improve clinical outcomes and reduce chronic care costs. At present, about 88% of hospitals are spending or thinking to invest in remote patient monitoring. 68% of healthcare organizations fully wish to use remote patient monitoring solutions to support providers maintain the health of high-risk patients, according to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
Keep on reading to know how remote patient monitoring works and what are the future trends for remote patient monitoring.
The arrival of machine learning (ML) and its associated abilities have created numerous possibilities for intelligent intervention, which, if leveraged perfectly, can significantly help in treating rare diseases. Want to know how? keep reading.
The Information Technology Act 2000, Data Privacy Rules and Regulations in India describes the tasks and duties clearly. These are very comparable to International Legislation, be it the Data Protection Law such as the GDPR in UK/EU or HIPPA in North America.