“When patients are engaged in their healthcare, including self-management, taking medication, and making the relevant lifestyle changes necessary, outcomes are improved.”
Both healthcare providers and patients can benefit from mobile healthcare, remote patient monitoring and the data it provides. Covid-19 has had a tremendous impact on the adoption of these platforms, with care teams granted the ability to gain insight into patient’s lives, motivations, barriers, and therefore, more effectively care for them. That said, the massive amounts of data aggregated from these applications is useless if it’s not meaningfully and effectively organized, especially for physicians who are being regularly flooded with patient generated health data.
If delivered to physicians and patients in a meaningful and actionable manner, big data and mobile healthcare can improve patient engagement further. Care teams can track progress for chronic disease management, build predictive models from the data, accommodate each patient’s needs, keep patients motivated, and ultimately improve the connection between patients and care teams. Learn how our Patient Engagement platform enables this robust connection by clicking here, or click here to request a demo.