Published on : Aug 04, 2015
Digital health is positively transforming the global healthcare sector. One such digital health service application, remote patient monitoring RPM, was introduced by Goldman Sachs. The remote patient monitoring assists the healthcare providers to manage patients with high risks. Improved chronic disease management through the RPM helps reduce the healthcare spending.
The RPM is a limitless device and a promising opportunity for the growth of digital health services. For the health care service providers, the remote patient monitoring device is an asset. It is very easy to manage critical health patients from home by providing a real-time health assessment report. If a patient is asthmatic, the health care service provider can use the RPM device to monitor the respiratory system of the patient. The RPM device can also be used for managing diabetic patients by providing required level of glucose.
The future of remote patient monitoring device is bright as such tools can study entire history of the patient and analyze the situation to take necessary decision. The healthcare team can then notify the patients about their health. The main motto of such tools is to identify and track any diseases even before they progress and become acute.
As information about all medical devices is easily available on the net through digital health service websites, the global market of medical devices has seen a positive transformation. Most of the developing and developed countries offer digital health services for the patients who wish to learn about different medical devices.
Easy availability of information about medical devices related to dialysis, ENT, Anesthesia, Endoscopy, Nephrology, urology, respiratory devices, patient monitoring, and other surgical equipment, etc. on the net, is a great relief for the patients. Availing quick medical services is the need of the hour for the patients.
Clinicians and health care service providers aim to offer best-in-practice medical care services and medical devices to impact the patient’s life positively. The traditional way of clinical treatments is being supported by digital patient management devices.