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MobileHelp Features Tablet-based Telehealth Solution at NAHC 2017


Offering healthcare providers what the company calls a more comprehensive solution, MobileHelp Healthcare, an industry leader in mobile medical alert and health management technology, is featuring its newest remote patient monitoring (RPM) solution in its booth (#218) at the National Association of Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) conference and exposition.

Now available for home health organizations and their patients, the MobileVitals Touch system “blends the safety benefits of a medical alert system with the added benefits of telehealth technology and video conferencing.”

According to details shared with MHW, the new system also provides features and benefits that create unique ways for providers to engage with their patients, and for patients to engage more fully in their own health and well-being.

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MobileHelp Shares Results of New Healthcare Provider Survey


Ahead of the extended holiday weekend in the United States, MobileHelp — a leader in mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) and healthcare technology solutions — reported that nearly 30 percent of healthcare providers have implemented telehealth programs into their clinical operations.

This data point was part of the results of an “extensive survey of healthcare providers” conducted by the company.

We’re told that the survey also revealed that more than 85 percent of healthcare providers not currently using telehealth services see the clear benefit. Of those currently not using telehealth technology, nearly 25 percent reported they are looking to implement it within twelve months.
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MobileHelp Unwraps New Tablet Base Station


mobilehelp-logoAhead of the weekend, mHealthWatch learned that MobileHelp, a leader in mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) and healthcare technology solutions, is rolling out its newest base station.

The offering in question is billed as being a tablet format that blends the safety benefits of a medical alert system with the added benefits of telehealth technology and video conferencing.

It’s available for healthcare providers through select pilot programs.

The new base station is the first medical alert system with an interactive touchscreen — which features the company’s MobileVitals® telehealth solution for both patients and providers — as well as unique ways for providers to engage with their patients, and for patients to engage more fully in their own health and well-being.

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