Ahead of the weekend, MHW was privy to the announced rundown of new mobile health apps designed to assist with advancing telemedicine.
The popularity of telemedicine technology within the healthcare sector is booming, as tech companies are striving to develop the latest and innovative methods to improve and create new mobile applications and remote patient monitoring while implementing SAAS platforms to enhance the efficiency in various facets of operations.
That’s according to an announcement from Reliq Health Technologies Inc., a technology company focused on developing innovative mobile health and telemedicine solutions for Community-Based Healthcare.
The firm just announced that it has begun enrolling patients in the pilot of its remote patient monitoring and care collaboration solution with the NHS England.
“We are very excited to be launching our pilot with the NHS England and enrolling patients at our pilot site, Imperial College Hospital, London, UK,” said Dr. Lisa Crossley, CEO of Reliq Health. “The goal of this pilot is to demonstrate the value of Reliq Health’s self-care solution in improving health outcomes and reducing the cost of care delivery for chronic disease patients after they are discharged home from hospital. Our platform uses a combination of secure cloud-based software, voice technology, wearables and sensors to support patients and their loved ones in proactively managing their chronic conditions at home, reducing exacerbations and disease-related complications, decreasing healthcare costs and enhancing patient and family satisfaction.”
For a complete rundown of the new apps available, click here.