Survey Finds: Remote Patient Monitoring Is Main IT Priority Among Hospitals

According to a recent survey of over 275 healthcare professionals including clinical practitioners, healthcare executives, and IT and hospital administrators, survey participants reported that their highest IT priority in healthcare is remote patient monitoring. According to the survey by Vidyo, “respondents said remote patient monitoring will be ‘extremely’ and ‘very’ advantageous for the following use cases:

  • 72%: Preventive care management and personal device data collection
  • 64%: Chronic health management with or without medical devices
  • 59%: High-risk patient management, including fall prevention, suicide watch, telemetry
  • 58%: Acute care management with or without medical devices”1

The report aims to offer insights into trends in telehealth adoption and provide strategic recommendations to healthcare providers on how to establish or expand any existing telehealth programs.  To learn more about leadership strategies and opportunities, visit our website to speak with a recruiter today. Or, follow us on LinkedIn to receive updates about our hot jobs. 

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1Drees, J. (April 23rd, 2019) Remote patient monitoring ranked top IT priority among health systems, survey finds


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