Companies Collaborate on iOS Version of Telehealth Platform Already on Android
YouThisMe, a mobile health technology company, today reported it has set up a technology partnership with OpenTeleHealth, a developer of cloud-based remote patient Monitoring (RPM) platform for hospitals and health care providers in Europe and North America.
YouThisMe has built up an iOS system customized mainly for OpenTeleHealth's current RPM stage that to-date has just been good with Android operating systems. The RPM technology mechanizes the perusing of an assortment of biometric devices with the goal that clinicians can remotely monitor and analyze the vitals of patients following discharge or to post-acute care settings.
"The partnership between YouThisMe and OpenTeleHealth is aimed at the beneficial purpose of the development of the technology of the two companies and in addition the materialness of our particular platforms to providers and their patients," said Seth Lachterman, a partner and fellow benefactor of YouThisMe.
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Providers are progressively swinging to remote patient observing systems to enhance care coordination, diminish rates of re-admission, and lower costs. As per a 2017 study of hospitals by HIMSS Analytics, 80 percent of respondents said they utilize tablets to provide better patient care, while 43 percent utilize cell phones. All tablets and cell phones keep running on the Apple iOS or Android mobile operating systems.
YouThisMe's consistent, HIPAA-compliant remote patient monitoring (RPM) system, UTM:RPM, empowers hospitals and health systems to remotely oversee regular chronic conditions, for example, congestive heart failure, COPD (chronic obstructive aspiratory disease), diabetes and pneumonia.
The expanded usefulness of OpenTeleHealth will empower YouThisMe to altogether grow the quantity of patients served, to some degree as a result of the client configurable polls and checking plans that are local to OpenTeleHealth's stage.
"We are to a great degree amped up for working together with YouThisMe and bringing our times of huge scale RPM encounter from Denmark to hospitals, health systems and different providers in the U.S. advertise," said Henrik Ibsen, CEO of OpenTeleHealth. "Between us, we have an extraordinary and intense system that can help stabilize efficiencies in assets and drive significant change in how and where health care is provided."
With the iOS client integration made by YouThisMe, OpenTeleHealth will have the capacity to grow its platform to a totally new universe of mobile devices. OpenTeleHealth gives a basic, versatile stage in which physicians and attendants get access to patient data through a web portal, while patients measure their own particular health data at home utilizing an application on a mobile gadget, alongside an assortment of medical estimation device. The platform is compelling in remote patient observing and administration of numerous conditions, including diabetes, COPD, hypertension, asthma, pregnancy and congestive heart disappointment.
YouThisMe offers a consistent, secure, HIPAA-compliant, and easy to-use remote patient monitoring system that enables patients to stay in their homes while giving providers basic information for overseeing chronic conditions and keeping away from hospital re-admissions.