Hospital Readmissions

The Future of Remote Care Automation Begins with Cardiac Rehabilitation

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Uri Bettesh, CEO and Founder of Datos Health 2020 was undeniably the year that saw telehealth and remote care services come to the forefront of medical care. Many have hypothesized that, in the post-COVID world, remote care programs will be ubiquitous throughout hospitals and health systems. However, such a future is far from certain, as… Read More »The Future of Remote Care Automation Begins with Cardiac Rehabilitation

5 Steps for Interoperability Excellence for Healthcare Providers

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Shanti Wilson, Consultant, Freed Associates  As if 2020 couldn’t be any more challenging for healthcare providers, new federal rules on interoperability and patient access, granting patients direct access to their healthcare data, begin taking effect this November and continue into 2022. These rules, while ultimately beneficial… Read More »5 Steps for Interoperability Excellence for Healthcare Providers

How Data-Driven Technology Holds The Promise of Better Outcomes for Vascular Patients

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Abbott recently released global research on vascular patient care, designed to shine a light on the vascular patient journey. The report called “Beyond Intervention” uncovers the universal challenges faced by physicians who deliver vascular care, their patients, and the hospital administrators who support them. It… Read More »How Data-Driven Technology Holds The Promise of Better Outcomes for Vascular Patients

AI Leads Way to Less False Positives on Remote Cardiac Monitoring Devices, Improved Results

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What You Should Know: – Cardiac patients and their cardiologists are experiencing a high number of false positives with remote patient monitoring devices as a result of signal artifact providing inaccurate data, which can lead to many complications—other than medical, such as unnecessary tests and… Read More »AI Leads Way to Less False Positives on Remote Cardiac Monitoring Devices, Improved Results