Anelto’s advances in technology and remote patient monitoring make it easier for providers to check on seniors from the comfort of their homes.
What is Remote Patient Monitoring?
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is healthcare that uses technology to gather patient vital signs data. RPM helps have consistent interactions between patients at home and their clinicians. This keeps seniors healthy longer and may keep patients out of the emergency room.
Anelto’s Solution for Remote Patient Monitoring in Telehealth
Despite advances in technology, not all telehealth applications operate the same. Telehealth already enables healthcare professionals to check simple chronic conditions. Yet, they don’t allow for immediacy.
Furthermore, connectivity can be hard to rely on. Most patients are elderly and may lack Wi-Fi. Also, unreliable and insecure networks pose a threat to patient welfare. So, telehealth applications rely only on devices that are “plug-and-play”. That is, patients can turn them on and use them right away.
At Anelto, we use a two-way communication system. This helps to make monitoring patient health instantaneous. Being able to talk with a patient and guide them ensures accurate data collection. The two-way communication capability enables providers to reduce concerns with ease.
Easy communication also allows for service providers to use the patients’ comments. Providers can take note of patients’ comments to help their diagnoses. Routine vital sign checks, chronic condition indicators, and specific analyses are more comprehensive.
Anelto dedicates its time to improving patient engagement, safety, and health outcomes. Our secret lies in cellular connectivity.
5G Networks Improves Response Time
The benefits of cellular connectivity far outweigh Wi-Fi. Elderly patients may lack Wi-Fi, and the process of setting it up or maintenance poses issues if a senior is not technically savvy. In contrast, once switched on, cellular devices can provide secure, voice-centric communications. It does this without need for setup, relieving complexities for patients.
With this, Anelto has set the standard for in-home monitoring. 5G Networks ensure secure communications, ease of connection, and high availability for patients. Altogether, it helps to reduce patient concerns and makes using telehealth services simple.
We achieved this via our Quectel LTE modules. LTE modules enable low-latency, two-way, voice-centric, secure communications for its solutions. These high-performance modules have increased the acceptance of telehealth.
How Does Remote Patient Monitoring Work?
Anelto Remote Patient Monitoring is easy to use for patients and providers. Patients provide daily information through various vital sign measuring devices, and physicians can review and reach out when concerns arise. Here’s a step-by-step breakdown of the Anelto RPM process.
Patient health data is collected and transmitted to their associated healthcare providers. The provider analyzes the data and takes action depending on the patient’s condition.
Why Choose Anelto RPM?
Anelto offers innovative, comprehensive remote patient monitoring solutions. We built our RPM systems for ease of use by seniors and for improved patient outcomes. Our integrated, disease-driven clinical tools reduce ER visits and hospitalizations. Further, they allow caregivers to manage patients for better health from anywhere.
Best, RPM solutions from Anelto create a convenient two-way communication environment. Patients provide information through active participation in their own treatment. This eliminates the need for travel, as patients can convey data from the comfort of their homes.
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Anelto is working hard to redefine what is possible with remote patient monitoring. Request a demo and become more care-centric today.