With more patients opting for care at home, it’s imperative that health systems are able to offer remote monitoring and support, and facilitate safe transitions across the continuum, says Cynthia Davis.
One of many things Covid has taught us? “The current care models can’t remain in place,” according to John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform, who dig deep into one possible option: hospital-at-home programs.
The more data being shared across healthcare organizations, the more pressure organizations face to ensure provide a “holistic view where patient data flows and is visible at all times,” said our speakers during a recent webinar.
As projects are completed in warp speed and providers are pushed out of their comfort zones, it’s becoming critical for health system leaders and vendors to make sure they have tools needed to do the job, according to our panelists.
As health systems are faced with a rapidly aging population, digital health can play a critical role in meeting the demand for care. But there’s a lot to consider beyond just technical capabilities, says Dr. John Halamka.