Health Tech News recently published a feature documenting the recent rise in remote monitoring and how these technologies have the potential to give clinicians a more complete picture of a resident’s health status, support better management and early detection of acute illness while delivering more efficient proactive healthcare.
"Remote monitoring technologies – innovations that allow symptoms to be managed and care to be provided at distance, outside of traditional hospital settings – has surged during the past year." - Health Tech News.
Health Tech News highlights Feebris as one of a group of successful case-studies and how Feebris' technology allows non-medics to conduct health check-ups and clinical teams to conduct remote reviews in care homes.
"Within a few months of deployment, the project saw care homes transition from no formal process for gathering of health information to conducting virtual weekly ward rounds, supported by clinical measurements." Health Tech News.
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