Intel-GE Care Innovations and iHealth Lab Inc. have announced plans to integrate iHealth vital sign monitoring products into the Care Innovations™ Connect Platform for remote care management.
Intel-GE Care Innovations™ and Caradigm are intending to form a partnership that uses Care Innovations™ remote patient monitoring and smart sensor technologies with the Caradigm™ Intelligence Platform.
Cooperative competition or "co-opetition" is largely dormant in the long-term care market, one industry leader said in July.
Let's start at the beginning and be very, very clear: innovation is not technology. Innovation is a mindset, a willingness to take a risk and change the way you run your business. In other words, a company doesn't innovate by adding technology on top of existing business processes — it innovates by changing those business processes, often with the help of technology.
Technology expert Eric Dishman will be a featured speaker June 5 at the Thought Leadership Webinar Series. The second guest speaker will be Joe Velderman of ProviNET Solutions, discussing the differences between electronic health records and electronic medical records.
Like many senior care providers, at the top of our agenda at Eskaton is the pursuit of business initiatives that enable efficiencies, cost control, and better care. For us, technology has been part of the answer. Many senior living providers see the promise of technology, but one barrier to wider deployment is unfamiliarity with how to do it.
As healthcare reform is implemented and hospitals are facing stiff readmission penalties, they will be looking for new models of care and strong post-discharge partners to help reduce avoidable readmissions. Extending the care and support for patients outside the hospital is one way hospitals can help improve care for our large aging population with multiple chronic conditions.
We have learned from our grandparents, great-grandparents, and even older ancestors about what it means to age. Understanding the past is the best way to understand the future, right? Not in this case.
We've been in cycles of awareness-building, instead of action-driving, for far too long. Awareness is good, of course, and we've learned many important things over the past several years.
After spending last week in Washington, DC for the mHealth Summit, I was fully immersed in all the expected catch-phrases: engagement, education, integration, and mobility.