Patient cohorts with multiple chronic health conditions, and those over 60 are particularly susceptible to influenza and Coronavirus epidemics.
Not only are Home Health Care and Assisted Living Facility patients at increased risk, but those risks are also increased for care providers, and even family... - March 01, 2020
Unmet home health care needs have been linked to poor health, increased use of other health services, admission to nursing homes and reduced emotional well-being.
Data from a Community Health Survey describes home care use and unmet home care needs by type (i.e., home health care [HHC] and support services)... - January 31, 2020
Over 20 years ago, the first randomized controlled trial comparing acute care at home versus treatment in an acute care hospital found no major outcome differences for their conditions, with most patients and caregivers preferring home hospital care. - January 02, 2020
Medical evidence and clinical guidelines published over the last decade have shown the importance of 24-hour remote patient monitoring as the reference standard, alongside self-measured blood pressure monitoring (SMBP) as an acceptable alternative for obtaining Blood Pressure to diagnose and treat hypertension.
“Remote... - December 22, 2019