Anelto Joins PointClickCare’s Partner Marketplace

Marketplace partner status brings Remote Patient Monitoring solutions to visiting physicians in skilled nursing facilities, senior living residences, and home healthcare companies

THE COLONY, TEXAS – MAY 25, 2021Anelto, a leader in Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) solutions, today announced it has joined the PointClickCare Marketplace. PointClickCare is the leader in cloud-based healthcare software for the long-term and post-acute care market. PointClickCare customers, including visiting physicians in skilled nursing facilities, senior living facilities and home health care companies, can now take advantage of Anelto’s proven RPM solutions to improve the lives of their residents.

Anelto develops innovative healthcare monitoring solutions to keep seniors connected to healthcare providers from anywhere. Its RPM solution consistently monitors a patient’s vital statistics and delivers them to healthcare providers in real-time through its innovative RPM Cloud Platform. By strengthening the patient-doctor relationship through technology, patients at these extended care facilities can avoid trips to the doctor’s office, clinic, or emergency room, turning episodic healthcare into preventative healthcare.

Among other audiences, Anelto works with senior care communities that utilize visiting physicians for their resident care. A 24×7 clinical call center monitors vital signs and proactively intervenes to address changes in a patients condition and help to keep residents healthy. One-button access to providers reduces the need for office visits and lowers facility transportation costs.

“PointClickCare is the leader in cloud-based healthcare solutions for the senior care market and a natural partner for Anelto,” said Mark Denissen, president and CEO, Anelto. “We look forward to enhancing PointClickCare’s client and patient care offerings in the Partner Marketplace and, in turn, helping more patients have positive healthcare experiences and better outcomes.”

“Our Marketplace Partners provide world-class technology and share our deep commitment to ensuring our customers have access to the most powerful, efficient, and effective solutions,” said Chris Beekman, Marketplace director, PointClickCare. “We are excited to partner with Anelto to jointly help our mutual clients manage the complex challenges of senior care.”

For more information on Anelto’s RPM solutions, visit www.anelto.com.

About PointClickCare

With a suite of fully-integrated applications powered by cloud-based healthcare software, PointClickCare leads the way in helping care providers connect, collaborate, and share data within their network. Over 21,000 long-term and post-acute care providers and over 1,300 hospitals use PointClickCare today, making it the North American healthcare IT market leader for the senior care industry. For more information on PointClickCare’s software solutions, visit www.pointclickcare.com.

About Anelto

Founded 2012, Anelto has raised the bar in senior care with the goal of enabling a healthier, more independent aging population. Anelto’s leading technology platform offers a Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), keeping seniors connected to healthcare providers and emergency medical care, regardless of location. The company’s solutions are scalable for healthcare organizations of all sizes and were created by a team seeking better solutions for the ever-growing elderly population. For more information, please visit www.anelto.com. Contact
Kristine Bennett, Calysto Communications
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Top 4 Technology Considerations Using Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) for Early Intervention

Using the right strategy, remote patient monitoring turns episodic care into preventative care, potentially improving the patient experience and health outcomes.

Most senior patients or those with chronic illnesses wait until the last minute—when things are going wrong—to contact their physician. They complain of feeling poorly, but neither patient nor physician has access to the data that can pinpoint a problem. This can oftentimes lead to unplanned trips to the doctor’s office, clinic or the emergency

Healthcare, however, has changed rapidly over the last few years. In the age of COVID-19, patients are willing to do everything they can to avoid contact with people outside their circle, especially those who also might have compromised immune systems. Luckily, technology has kept pace with the need for remote care. Many seniors are now open to adopting solutions that can monitor their vital signs such as pulse, oxygen levels, temperature, weight, blood glucose and other statistics in real time and over time to detect any issues, while they remain safely in place at home or short- or long-term living facility. This gives physicians deeper insight into the health of their patients earlier in the cycle, allowing them to intervene much more quickly if the patient’s vital statistics indicate a trend downward.

RPM is a fundamentally different way to practice healthcare, and early intervention via RPM is returning better outcomes for patients. RPM offers real-time recordings of vital signs. Previously doctors relied on patients to use store-bought devices, take vital signs correctly and communicate that information in a timely fashion. RPM is designed to provide information in between office visits and also connect care team members with their patients at the right time with the right information.

RPM gives physicians access to larger data sets for an overall better picture than a single report of a vital sign, such as high blood pressure. For clinicians, RPM provides rich data sets over time and allows the provider to spot and react to trends in the data. Additionally, physicians can also gain immediate insight to how the patient is actually feeling at that time and escalate to a phone call or video call. Having that direct access for quick intervention decreases ER/hospital

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