Remote Patient Monitoring
20 February 2024
This is part of the TechBlick Health Tech Series and is curated by Mr. Afred Poor
When disease and illness can be detected early, diagnosis can happen sooner, resulting in faster treatment that can result in better outcomes at lower costs. The typical trip to a physician’s office once or twice a year can miss important health changes until they become more serious. Wearable sensor technology and connected devices that collect biometric data are giving patients and healthcare professionals more information sooner about changing health conditions. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is also transforming the clinical trial industry. This session will explore solutions that are already in place, as well as potential developments that could yield enormous benefits.