The emerging trends from wireless sensor technology and remote patient monitoring to Big Data analytics and electronic patient portals, are redefining where and how healthcare is being delivered. Today, Remote Patient Monitoring and Care Management have evolved with the advent of new age technologies and health monitoring systems at home. With the increase in mobility, connectivity, and portability of patient monitoring devices, medical OEMs and providers are seeking cost-effective and sophisticated Connected Services. Patient monitoring solution providers are successfully leveraging technology to suit the growing requirements of patients and healthcare professionals, resulting in upgraded quality of healthcare, reduction in delivery costs, and improved patient access.
Home medical devices that assist with the treatment of chronic illness are commonplace, but with new patient monitoring systems, are being integrated with distant healthcare facilities to track patient health and set off alarms when dangerous situations arise. Wireless sensor technology, Remote patient monitoring, Use of Big Data, and Electronic patient portals are some of the solutions that are changing the way doctors, nurses, and staff keep track of the physical status of patients, and, in some cases, even interact with them. The goal is for doctors, nurses, patients, family members, researchers, and insurers to share useful medical data. The implications for privacy are numerous and worrisome, but so are the consequences of not seizing this opportunity to save lives and improve quality of life.
In order to simplify and assist CIOs identify the right PM solutions; Healthcare Tech Outlook presents “10 Most Promising Patient Monitoring Solution Providers 2015.”
A Distinguished panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts, and the Healthcare Tech Outlook editorial board has selected the top PM Solution Providers. In our selection process, we looked at the vendor’s capability to fulfill the need for cost-effective and flexible solutions that add value to the PM landscape.