MedCity News March 11, 2021
Arik Ben Ishay

The inclusion of AI-powered patient analytics within remote patient monitoring systems addresses the need for actionable insight by stratifying continuous patient data that helps in making decisions.

We are currently living in a pandemic era, where mask readjustments and head nods have replaced handshakes and hugs, and Zoom virtual meetings are now the preferred method of communication between colleagues and friends. While social distancing has created new, non-ideal societal norms, it has had surprising positive benefits within healthcare. By forcing providers to embrace new technological innovations to provide medical services from a distance, healthcare has in fact integrated healthier practices – which the care industry has been working towards for years – that will shape the future of health moving...

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