Chronic ailments are a critical health issue in the United States - from diabetes to asthma, millions of Americans suffer from chronic conditions. While there is no cure for many of these diseases, proper and consistent treatment is the key to managing the symptoms allowing individuals to live long, productive lives. An engaged patient - one that knows what to do and when to do it - is the key ingredient to managing chronic conditions. Healthcare organizations need to make engaging and activating these patients a top priority. One communication channel that must be part of any chronic condition management strategy is text messaging. Here's a brief examination of the role texting can play in managing chronic ailments.Read More
Remote patient monitoring is a critical tool in the fight against chronic diseases.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) allows healthcare providers the opportunity to remotely monitor patients that are in need of constant and consistent attention and care, such as patients with chronic illnesses like diabetes or heart disease. Using RPM, providers can stay on top of a patient's condition even when they are outside of the hospital setting.Read More
Patient engagement and positive outcomes go hand-in-hand—it is hard to have one without the other.
When providers work to keep healthcare consumers engaged, the consumers respond in kind: they become actively involved in their respective treatments and do their best to adhere to prescribed treatment plans and stay informed. In fact, when healthcare consumers are fully active in the treatment process, hospitals end up saving time and resources.Read More
Simply Text "CAREWIRE" to 44222.
We will be showcasing our HIPAA secure patient-to-provider text messaging solution at the upcoming Connected Health Conference. To help everyone get excited for the event, CareWire is giving away a free Apple Watch -- Simply Text "CAREWIRE" to 44222. Then swing by Booth # 410 for the winning announcement on December 13th!Read More
Hospitals and healthcare organizations have developed into real digital powerhouses.
Providers store healthcare consumer data online via health information technology, patients access their records and provide feedback through online portals, and telemedicine technology enables doctors to provide care to patients on the other side of the planet.Read More