Treat the right patient at the right time, in the right place
Our remote patient monitoring program provides care teams with the tools they need to remotely track the health of their patients at home, collaborate with the patients’ doctors and help detect problems before they lead to readmissions.
Providers assign patients to specific care protocols and interventions that are tailored to condition or acuity level, which can include measuring vital signs, completing surveys, watching educational videos and participating in video visits with the virtual care team.
Using the Philips remote patient monitoring program to help people with psychiatric instability better cope with and learn about their conditions, the Dartmouth Centers for Health and Aging have been able to:
Achieve 70% participant adherence, with many participants reporting improved ability to self-manage psychiatric symptoms1
Efficiently develop, personalize, and deploy clinical content for psychiatric libraries
Tailor the program to their target population and provide coordinated care
Monitor COVID-19 symptoms alongside underlying health conditions
Philips’ clinical team has configured a 30-day protocol to evaluate and monitor patient populations remotely regarding potential COVID-19 exposure and symptoms, which can be deployed in addition to standard or tailored clinical content and protocols that are available for underlying conditions. This allows your providers to focus on those patients exhibiting symptoms and risk factors with specific follow-up actions.