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The Promise And Reality Of Digital Medicine

Posted by Noteworth on Sep 14, 2020 7:45:00 AM

Anyone old enough to remember the original Star Trek saw the potential for what technology could eventually do for healthcare the first time the tricorder was used by Dr. McCoy to assess and treat a wounded person. With the dawn of the technology age, the promise of digital healthcare grew but the timing of the reality of that digital healthcare promise is still slow in coming.

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Topics: digital medicine, digital healthcare, healthcare delivery

Managing Ambulatory Patients During COVID-19

Posted by Noteworth on Sep 7, 2020 7:45:00 AM

Physicians have been providing prescriptions since the beginning of history. From herbal remedies and leaching to modern day prescription medicines, the limited number of trained healthcare professionals have relied upon various methods to handle ever growing number of ambulatory patients. We are now moving into a new age of prescriptions because of COVID-19’s shelter-in-place requirements where clinicians may be prescribing new digital medicine apps to handle the remote care requirements of today.

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Topics: digital medicine, COVID-19, ambulatory patients

Digital Healthcare Requires Healthy Data

Posted by Noteworth on Aug 31, 2020 7:45:00 AM

Healthcare providers are grappling with the task of scaling digital care delivery operations for ambulatory patients in response to the cost dynamics of effectively treating large populations with limited resources, especially in a post-COVID-19 world. At the heart of this challenge is how to secure, aggregate, analyze and put all of the data necessary to make proactive decisions on patient care and diagnoses.

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Topics: digital healthcare, EMR, EHR

Healthcare Delivery Technology Gap

Posted by Noteworth on Aug 24, 2020 7:45:00 AM

All too often we are faced with a crisis of expectation when it comes to how fast and how effective digital automation can have an impact on an industry. The reality of existing technology innovations, resource availability, and government regulations usually falls well short of the desire and promise of an ideal state. This is especially true when it comes to the state of healthcare today.

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Topics: digital healthcare, healthcare delivery, EMR

Digital Medicine Demystified

Posted by Noteworth on Aug 17, 2020 7:45:00 AM

It is no secret that healthcare is ripe to be reformed for the modern era. While billions of dollars in investments have been made in the administration of healthcare IT (EMR, ERP, CRM…), both the patient and provider experiences are hindered by fragmented point solutions. None of this has yielded an impact on the delivery of care and patient care still looks the same as it did in 1980. So, it is no surprise that we seem to be moving into the age of digital healthcare.

 

Age of Digital Health

As a citizen of the digital age, we have come to expect two-way communication digitally to most, if not all, of our daily personal and professional requirements. While email and the rise of mobile phone access has become ubiquitous, the availability of new apps has proliferated into areas that historically have been reserved for personal interactions. One of the most impact areas in these times of COVID-19 is the healthcare arena and more specifically, the rise of digital healthcare. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) offers this as a description of digital health:

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Topics: digital medicine, digital healthcare, digital health

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