As hospitals look to innovate, many are turning to Remote Patient Monitoring systems to improve the level of care they provide to patients. While there are many companies that provide remote patient monitoring systems, one in particular is making great leaps in technology and overall level of patient care.
m.Care leverages both innovative technologies and think-tank ideas to set itself apart as a foremost provider of remote patient monitoring (RPM) to hospitals. m.Care’s software is used by such medical systems as the University of Kansas Health System, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Mercy Virtual in St. Louis – some of the most advanced and highest rated hospitals in the United States.
With RPM technology and capabilities advancing rapidly, more and more hospitals are sensing the time is right to integrate a robust RPM strategy. But just because the technology is advancing and experiencing wide adoption, it doesn’t mean there are not roadbumps that need to be avoided.
It starts with working with the correct provider who can create the optimum solution for your business and patient population. m.Care is a good example of a company that created a platform from the outset designed to accommodate a variety of business needs.
m.Care recognizes that the healthcare system is broken, and they want to fix it. m.Care’s passion lies in the lives of everyday people. Using a patient focused model, m.Care finds solutions to problems created by today’s healthcare environment.
Brief Case Study – Mercy Virtual
When working with a healthcare provider, these solutions start with m.Care’s ability to adapt to to the unique situations presented within the client’s healthcare marketplace. Mercy Virtual’s Vice President of Clinical Operations, Mark Saxon, speaks to m.Care’s flexibility as a solutions-oriented technology company by saying that m.Care “allows the flexibility of growth; and as healthcare continues to change from a fee-for-service model to a value model, m.Care gives us that flexibility. Other technology companies are just focused on the technology and how to get it out to market. m.Care wants to get it to market, but they want to do it from a patient-centric model. That matches what Mercy wants to do.” Real-world feedback from a hands-on manager at one of the world’s premier virtual hospitals.
m.Care’s flexibility allows physicians, advanced practitioners and navigators to provide care to any population of patients, at any time. And this adaptability of m.Care’s technology allows Mercy Virtual, and other premiere hospitals across the country, to provide modern, top-level care to their patients in their home.
Flexibility and Adaptability are Keys to Remote Patient Monitoring Software
m.Care’s software is also extremely customizable with the ability to fit each provider and each individuals’ needs. Leveraging two platforms working in sync – the Patient Engagement Platform and the Care Management Workbench – while utilizing over 50 applets within their technology, m.Care can truly tailor the care they provide to patients. Different applets allow patients to track and record their blood pressure, blood sugar, or heart rate; others allow patients to converse with and seek consultation from a medical professional 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for any reason. Clinical teams at virtual hospitals also have the ability to make changes to a patient’s regimen of care based on the needs of the patient.
And that barely scratches the surface of the different features m.Care offers their patients. The ability to customize the care delivered to the patient, based on their needs, is a major differentiator of m.Care. The ability to tailor the level of care on a patient to patient basis speaks to m.Care’s patient-centric values. m.Care recognizes the need for solutions in today’s healthcare environment and provides them in the most effective, efficient, and convenient manner possible.
m.Care aligns their mission with the patient focused missions of the best hospitals in the country. And the more m.Care continues to expand its ever growing technology, the more leading hospitals can provide the best possible care to those who need it most.
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