PrevaCares PrevaLink Offers a New Approach to Remote Patient Monitoring
January 08, 2014 --
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
As health systems look to improve patient care, meet new regulatory standards and lower costs, healthcare providers everywhere are looking for a simple solution to remotely monitor high risk patients as well as healthy patients looking to improve wellness. PrevaCares PrevaLinkTM provides a way for health systems to monitor patients and track activity levels to further improve patient health. PrevaLink is an information link between healthcare and wellness professionals and their patients by acquiring medical device and fitness data, translating and securely transmitting to a secure, Cloud-based storage center. Data is then aggregated and translated into a useable format for patients, care providers and information exchanges.
PrevaCares PrevaLink is able to maintain a consistent connection to the patient, whether at home or away, monitoring clinical and wellness data. If out-of-parameter values are detected, PrevaCare automatically alerts care plan managers, providers and family members via phone, text or video calls. PrevaLinkTM provides a means for care teams and wellness coaches to seamlessly monitor patients, says Tre Zimmerman, PrevaCares Founder. We hope to not only lower the cost of health, but more importantly improve patient outcomes and quality of life.
PrevaCare (http://www.prevacarehd.com) allows healthcare providers and wellness coaches to easily and cost-effectively remotely monitor, track progress and interact with users. This flexible, scalable and secure cloud-based solution enables dynamic monitoring of numerous biometric indicators from a wide range of FDA approved medical devices and fitness monitors. PrevaCare allows individuals to transmit health information and/or wellness data to care providers, family members and wellness coaches. Additionally, PrevaCares HIPAA compliant, high definition video conferencing capabilities allow all involved parties to communicate on various devices (smartphones, PCs, tablets and TVs) and network infrastructures (DSL, cable, 3G/4G, WiFi).
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