Employers today are interested to keep a visible track of their worker’s medical records, especially work-related health problems. One reason for this concern is to reduce the risk of work-related operations on the employee’s health and the other reason is to comply with strict regulatory policies to remain operational in the business.
After implementing RPM, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) experienced patient satisfaction rates as high as 90 percent. Adopting remote patient monitoring obviously yields several pertinent benefits for both the provider and the patient. Here’s a more in-depth look at the primary pros of RPM.
The endlessly challenging demands brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic set the evolution of the modern healthcare environment in motion. Patient surges, staffing shortages, and the need for rapidly-changing procedures all came together to inspire change at every level. Beyond that, government regulations and big tech innovations complicated matters further.
Healthcare workers are at high risk of mental health problems including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and distress, according to the findings of nearly 40 studies conducted in recent years. In this blog post, we discuss the signs and symptoms of mental health problems among healthcare workers