Life365 Partners with Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare
This week, remote patient monitoring (RPM) and virtual care solution provider Life365 announced that it has partnered with Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare.
According to Life365, the partnership will empower "providers and payors to connect and scale to larger patient populations in low-cost settings, typically at home."
“The key to managing a large population of patients remotely is personalization, engagement and the extraction of actionable data in a cost-effective manner to feed analytic systems, which in turn provide 'insights' and indication to which patients can be triaged and provided just-in-time care,” commented Kent Dicks, CEO of Life365, in a prepared statement.
“By providing a comprehensive, seamless platform into the consumer’s 'digital front door' connected to the healthcare enterprise," he continued, "new models of care can emerge economically outside the traditional point of care – at home."
According to the company, Life365’s Virtual Care Platform "integrates to over 400+ OEM medical devices in a variety of ways (apps, cellular embedded, IoMT hubs, smart devices, smart TVs, voice assist, wearables and more) intended for home, plus a variety of disparate professional services and solutions."
More information can be found here. https://www.life365.health/en/solutions-remote-patient-monitoring
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