One of the most commonly mentioned advantages of remote monitoring tools is the significant effect it has on severely ill patients and patients in high-risk populations.
FREMONT, CA: Recent technological advancements have impacted everything, from companies to people's lives. These advances are causing exponential strides in the healthcare space, allowing it to be the leading tech adopter in terms of providing better treatment facilities and reaping improved outcomes from patients' health records.
mHealth (Mobile Health) applications are emerging as an emerging way to increase patient participation in this healthcare adaptation and adoption trend. Because of its success among consumers, there is a strong likelihood that it will be the next major breakthrough in the healthcare industry.
Indeed, recent research suggests that patients vastly prefer to use mHealth devices. A study showed that approximately 72 percent of patients trust in mHealth devices that help patients make better health choices and take care of their health.
Improving the Care for Chronically Ill Patients
One of the most commonly mentioned advantages of remote monitoring tools is the significant effect it has on chronically ill patients and patients in high-risk populations. Chronically ill patients who link to remote patient management tools will be able to manage and track their own wellbeing as well as communicate with their caregivers about any specific concerns.
Using Tempting Devices
With the rising adoption of new technologies through healthcare departments, healthcare CIOs are continually informed of the value of utilizing technology to enhance patient experience and gratification in their organizations. However, with so many investment opportunities available, CIOs and chief medical information officers (CMIOs) can concentrate on a few main areas to ensure they can obtain true ROI to advance patient engagement and experience.
Though it is difficult to determine the direct effect of technology on patient satisfaction ratings, it does alter the patient experience and lead to overall levels of engagement.