In the past 2 years, we’ve seen an increase in remote patient monitoring (RPM) and care coordination solutions. We wanted to learn about the key deterrents and accelerants to successful adoption of these technologies within health systems. In this video we’re sharing lessons and best practices that organizations can learn from as they look to build and sell or select and implement these solutions.
For this work, we collaborated with HIMSS research arm to survey strategic contacts on both the health system and technology side of the market, and we compiled an insightful report.
In this event, we unpack some of the strategic findings with healthcare industry experts:
Lauren Demosthenes, OBGYN, educator, and Babyscripts Senior Medical Director
Aaron Farber-Chen, Boston Children’s Hospital‘s PM Program Leader & Clinical Advisor
Susanna Rustad, UCI Health Executive Director & Chief Procurement Officer
3 Key Points Addressed:
- What are biggest obstacle that health systems ranks when considering a third-party RPM or care coordination solution? (8:15)
- Health systems rank demonstrable ROI as an overwhelming indicator of RPM and Care coordination adoption success, while tech vendors rank this much lower in comparison. (19:30)
- Price transparency. What are other companies charging for their RPM and care coordination solutions? (32:15)
Who we are:
Redox is a healthcare integration and data management platform that exists to accelerate the development and deployment of digital health products that improve the lives of patients and providers. We solve technical challenges faced by product teams looking to integrate with health systems, electronic health records (EHRs) and exchange data with a wide range of organizations. With customer on both the health system and digital health product sides of the market, Redox get to have an aerial view on the real world progress of healthcare innovation. It is through this lens that we are able to gather unique insights and share finding with the broader market.
TL;DR— Redox is the industry-leading EHR integration and healthcare interoperability company, and we work with a variety of healthcare-centered and healthcare-related organizations to improve their data exchange endeavors. As a result, we can speak to what’s happening in the healthcare market from a perspective that no-one else has because we get to see the shakes and changes in real-time.
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