Remote monitoring technology has been around for years, so why isn't it ubiquitous across healthcare now?
"Based on the evidence, the glaring failure that is sometimes uncomfortable to talk about is when remote monitoring generates bad data. This unfortunately wastes a lot of time for clinicians and wastes a lot of resources for health systems. So, we need to focus on making sure remote monitoring is not an impediment to health systems and that we are not over-burdening doctors with noisy data that takes away valuable time." - Founder and CEO of Feebris; Elina Naydenova.
In this podcast Elina and James explore the dichotomy or remote monitoring, exploring both the previous barriers for scale and the opportunities for us to learn from the mistake of the past to realise its full potential. Elina explores the significance or AI-guided remote monitoring and its critical role in producing the volume and quality of data that is both manageable and clearly actionable by clinicians.
"It seems inevitable that eventually we will be able to identify what is happening with our own health at home, before we feel really sick. This whole concept of using a mobile phone to identify a deterioration either in ourselves or a loved one who is, in particularly, in a high-risk group, seems inevitable." - Founder and CEO of Feebris; Elina Naydenova.
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