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How Remote Patient Monitoring Improves Outcomes



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Brookhaven Heart & MD365, a cardiology practice on New York’s Long Island, had long recognized the need to monitor blood pressure among cardiac patients. Moreover, they understood that “white coat anxiety” can often lead to artificially high blood pressure readings for patients who are nervous when they visit the doctor’s office.
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How a Remote Solution Keeps Patients Close



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Monitoring provides data for near real-time care delivery At healow, RPM doesn’t stand for revolutions per minute, but it can still be a way to rev up your understanding of Population Health and achieve the goals of value-based care.
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HIMSS22 Outlines Opportunities in Healthcare



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Time travel is still the stuff of science fiction, but after two years of a global pandemic, attending a live healthcare conference sure felt like a paradigm shift. In some ways, the 2022 HIMSS Annual Global Health Conference & Exhibition, held in Orlando in mid-March, felt like early 2020, with in-person conversations, presentations, and networking.
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Defense Matters: Keeping Remote Medicine Safe



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If you saw the end of Super Bowl LVI, you know that defense matters. With less than a minute to play, Rams’ star defensive tackle Aaron Donald barreled past two Cincinnati Bengals and spun quarterback Joe Burrow to the turf, sealing his team’s 23-20 victory.
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Targeting Behavioral Health, Remote Care & More



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The COVID-19 crisis has placed enormous strain on the things that constitute community — connecting in person, discussing problems, and supporting patients with their health needs. It is natural that community health centers lead the fight against the effects of the pandemic.
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