The Big Picture of Healthcare From a Small Town Clinic

By GTS VirtualHealth | January 21, 2020

How the Internet of Things is Changing the Way Healthcare is Delivered At the physician-patient level, the Medical Internet of Things and remote patient monitoring holds a lot of promise.  But there is another promising benefit for the healthcare executive that must make strategic decisions in an environment of shrinking reimbursements and growing demands; the abundance of big data that can obtained through this technology. In this paper we’re going […]

Finances of RPM

By GTS VirtualHealth | October 13, 2019

In this article we’re going to look at one form of technology that is proving to be a positive financial step forward for both the provider organization and the patient with a chronic disease; Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM). We’ll look at its ability to reduce costs on a number of levels: By reducing the number of readmissions and unscheduled visits, especially through emergency departments. Through a reduction in the need […]

More Than a Snapshot in Time

By GTS VirtualHealth | August 4, 2019

Providing Physicians A More Complete Picture of the Chronically Ill Patient Through Virtual Remote Patient Monitoring In a fifteen-minute office visit, it is almost impossible for a doctor to get a complete and accurate picture of the chronically ill patient’s health.  Patients themselves often fail to communicate all relevant information to their physician. Thus, that snapshot in time in the office or emergency room is incomplete.  Physicians agree that the […]

White Paper: Telemedicine Interventions and Management in Chronic Care

By GTS VirtualHealth | September 15, 2017

Innovation is key to delivering the necessary services to those at risk of losing coverage. This is especially notable with those with two or more chronic conditions. Introduction Telemedicine Interventions and Management in Chronic Care Change in the world of medicine is inevitable. We see this in legislative changes threatening to decrease the reimbursement of physicians and increase in the patient share costs. Innovation is key to delivering the necessary […]