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To persuade physicians to trust remote health monitoring programs

COVID-19 has accelerated the implementation of telehealth as well as remote patient monitoring around the world. This has given health systems the potential to digitally overhaul their patient care approach. The clinical community’s readiness to assist a change of IT to implement new healthcare models is lacking in health systems.

Lack of readiness throughout the clinical community for assisting an IT transformation to successfully implement new healthcare service models is a problem for health systems. Despite the clear gains of handling large populations via smart objects, the doctor community’s unbelief in data quality, particularly self-monitored as well as patient-reported information, would be a hurdle in the remote monitoring sector.

Given the requirement for remote health monitoring, the health sector should look into standalone platforms to update care delivery. Also, they should make strategic use of the appropriate technology and work forward toward enterprise transformation. Clinicians must evaluate the following factors to ensure that these providers make the greatest use of limited resources while preparing for the long run.

  • Many health gadgets, as well as wearable, are on the market today, though not all of them have been approved, therefore a gear must be FDA-listed. An FDA approval, on the other hand, guarantees that a medical device is effective and safe for its specific application. Clinicians can use remote monitoring equipment to keep track of vital signs like heart rate, respiratory rate, heart rate variability, temperature also blood oxygen saturation.
  • Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standards for data integration into a physician’s everyday workflow: Devices are equipped within the electronic health record (EHR) to allow a clinician to examine device values concerning the patient’s clinical documentation for a streamlined remote follow-up. Readings and information from individual medical devices must be delivered to caregivers via platforms that will be in sync with these devices, which is commonly a smartphone app. Data is transferred to personal medical gateways in various forms since there are various gadgets on the market today.

The above said can be the ways to adapt to remotely monitor the health using the technology and provide seamless medical services.