Real-time, secure data sharing is the name of the game.
Remote patient monitoring and telehealth increases access to care and dramatically improves the way we monitor and support patients outside of traditional clinical settings. But for telehealth to deliver these benefits, a seamless flow of data between providers, patients, third-party applications, and medical devices is necessary. With Redox, RPM and telehealth solutions connect with medical groups to acquire past medical information prior to serving patients, and can document encounter details and schedule follow-up appointments with any relevant organization or EHR system.
Keep an eye on your most at-risk patients.
Medical devices, automated messaging systems, and even human check-ins or home visits are changing the way we care for patients outside of traditional settings. The common thread among these solutions is the need to send the appropriate information back to the primary care team for reference and utilization within their existing systems. With Redox, keeping track of at-risk patients and making the information available in any EHR for review by medical professionals has never been easier.
Example workflows we support include:
Allergies, medications, problems...
We make it easy to retrieve complete medical histories so caregivers have all the information they need to accurately diagnose and administer care.
Common information we retrieve prior to an encounter includes:
Keep patient records in sync and order follow up tests or visits.
Every RPM or telehealth visit needs to be documented and available for reference by the patient's primary care team. Often, telehealth visits lead to follow up tests or referrals to specialty providers. We make it easy to document the encounter details in any EHR and schedule follow up events.
Common supported workflows at the conclusion of a telehealth visit include:
Who, what, when, where, and why?
Utilizing our Redox Scheduling API, we can update you any time an appointment is created for your RPM or telehealth service and allow patients to directly schedule appointments with providers. We integrate with existing scheduling systems to log events as they occur and exchange necessary patient demographics to provide and document care.