HIMSSCast: How emerging tech is opening new avenues in telehealth, RPM
October 28, 2022
Virtual therapeutics, voice recognition and fast-evolving artificial intelligence tools are transforming home-based care, says Robin Farmanfarmaian, co-author of the new book How AI Can Democratize Healthcare.
Remote patient monitoring and other forms of virtual care are fast finding footholds in healthcare as patients get acquainted with these new care modalities, and as health systems learn to appreciate the cost efficiencies they offer.
But telehealth and RPM are still in their early days, and fast-changing as they're augmented with other new and emerging digital health and artificial intelligence technologies.
Robin Farmanfarmaian, a longtime Silicon Valley entrepreneur and co-author of the new book, How AI Can Democratize Healthcare, joined us recently to discuss how the growing momentum toward home-based care is being impacted by leading-edge innovations such as natural language processing, digital therapeutics and more.
Where remote patient monitoring is now, and where it's headed
How AI is changing how virtual care is delivered
New approaches to patient engagement and experience
What's next for digital therapeutics and other app-based interventions
Innovative use cases for NLP and machine learning models
More about this episode:
The intersection of remote patient monitoring and AI
How remote patient monitoring is moving into the mainstream
AI-powered telehealth improves PT care at Essen Health Care
Mayo Clinic working with Memora Health on virtual postpartum care
AI-powered RPM can help address the rural neonatal care crisis
How remote patient monitoring improves care, saves money
AI and IoT device connects with concierge platform for RPM
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