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Remote+Care Telehealth Solutions

Searching for a better way to…

–         Reduce ED visits

–         Reduce preventable admissions

–         Improve patient outcomes?

The key is in better PREVENTION and EARLY INTERVENTION.

While telehealth video visits have changed the way we deliver health care in a BIG way…

Better OUTCOMES require that we advance BEYOND the video.

Providers are EXCELLENT at managing patient care in the hospital and during the in-person or virtual visit.

Once the patient leaves, however, they hope for the best.

Remote patient monitoring can EMPOWER providers to take action at the RIGHT time, long after the patient has left.

IMAGINE…

Patients check vitals regularly from home. Providers can monitor their patients in real time. (glucose levels, blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen levels, temperature, more…)

The provider is alerted when vitals, or multiple vitals simultaneously TREND poorly.

Perhaps the patient’s next appointment isn’t for another month.

The CARE TEAM may reach out to check on the patient for changes to their diet, whether they’re taking their medication, or if they’re having other symptoms.

They may adjust the patient’s care plan, or if needed, help them to schedule an appointment.

BETTER CARE

BETTER DATA

BETTER OUTCOMES

At Intersect, our goal is to improve access, prevention and early intervention through innovative, easy to adopt telehealth solutions.

Our GROW-WITH-YOU solutions include…

–         Virtual video visits

–         Remote monitoring

–         Online scheduling

–         Documentation

To learn how Intersect can help you improve your financial and quality outcomes with remote monitoring solutions…schedule a demo and informational session today! 

By Dalia Haroune

Dalia Haroune is President at Intersect Healthcare Systems and is passionate about improving prevention, early intervention and access to high quality care through physician strategy, alignment, and telehealth services. For over 20 years, she’s helped health care organizations achieve their financial, strategic and quality goals. Dalia earned a Master in Health Administration from Washington University and a Bachelor of Science in Cell Biology from the University of Illinois.

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