Tuesday, September 10, 2013

FDA Clearance for Cloud-based Telehealth Solution Enables Wide-scale Adoption, May Reduce Deployment Costs by Up to 50 Percent

The newest remote care management offering from Care Innovations™ is now FDA-cleared to take healthcare into the home and beyond via a web-based patient platform, while also offering tools to engage family caregivers. By eliminating the need for hardware, the Care Innovations™ Connect RCM (Remote Care Management) client application may reduce the cost of remote care deployments by as much as 50 percent compared to device-centric solutions available today.

“This could mark the tipping point in telehealth adoption,” said Harry Wang, Director of Research at Parks Associates. “Delivering the capabilities of telehealth and remote care management to care recipients via web browser will help healthcare organizations overcome some of the most common barriers to wide-scale adoption of telehealth across large populations, including high per-patient costs involving lengthy hardware deployments and inventory management.”

From the article, "FDA Clearance for Cloud-based Telehealth Solution Enables Wide-scale Adoption, May Reduce Deployment Costs by Up to 50 Percent." 

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