Providers

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How Providers Can Grow Their Patient Base with Connected Health

Connected health is no longer a secret. Over the course of the past 15 months, patients have learned about and used virtual care options to support their healthcare needs, and both patient and physicians agree connected health will remain a permanent part of the healthcare system Even before the pandemic drove the healthcare community to …

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Providers Can Build on Connected Health Momentum

In 2020, against the backdrop of a global pandemic, healthcare providers across the country were pushed to rapidly adopt connected health technologies to support patients and sustain revenue streams. The results have been overwhelmingly positive: nearly 70% of physicians say they are more motivated to promote their connected health services due to positive experiences; and …

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It’s Time for Chronic Care to Go Digital

Chronic disease is the leading cause of death and disability in the United States, impacting 60% of adults (40% have two or more chronic conditions). These conditions account for 90% of the country’s massive $3.5 trillion healthcare spend. However, innovations in healthcare technology have generated hope that connected health solutions can help reduce the burden …

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Reducing Hospitalizations with Connected Health

Reducing Hospitalizations with Connected Health

Hospitalization accounts for a third of the healthcare spend in the U.S.  Given that, it’s only logical for providers to explore care options that could help avoid hospitalization – including readmissions, which cost tens of billions of dollars annually.  That’s despite the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, which is designed to improve communication between patients, providers, …

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How Connected Health is Helping Hospitals Improve Healthcare Delivery

Hospitals costs account for a third of the nation’s annual healthcare spending, about $1.2 trillion per year. On a per-capita basis, the U.S. spends more on hospital services than many developed countries spend on healthcare overall. The problem is that inefficiencies in the system contribute to that spend and impose obstacles to creating an optimized …

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