Rick Strobridge, Rx.Health CEO will chair a session entitled “The Second Wave: Are We Ready?” at the Node Health conference. The session will highlight five key takeaways digital health system leaders learned during initial Covid response efforts. We will gain insights from Dr Yauheni Solad, Medical Director, Digital Health at Yale New Haven Health and Dr. Susan Mani, Chief Population Health Officer at Lifebridge Health.
The efficiency that can be gained by health care facilities, ambulatory surgical centers, cardiology centers and endoscopy centers by unlocking the value of patient-centered navigation through a Unified Platform for digital front door, digital therapeutics and remote patient monitoring.
Using digital navigation programs health care facilities have reduced no-shows, call burden, streamlining pre- and post-procedure care and enhancing patient recall has not only led to high quality procedure and patient outcomes, but also enormous time efficiencies and cost savings.
Health systems and payers are struggling to incorporate DTx into their care team workflows. Richard Strobridge will be talking about how Rx.Health works with numerous DTx companies to facilitate incorporation, deployment and above all, integration of existing digital assets in organizations through a unified platform incorporating disease-specific digital navigation programs.
RPM through a combination of mobile apps, remote sensors, and telemedicine has the potential to bend the cost curve by bringing efficiency and improving the effectiveness of healthcare delivery. RPM is likely to become mainstream not only for chronic disease management (such as for IBD, Heart diseases, or diabetes) but also during episodes of care such as procedure preparation or immediate post-discharge care. By engaging with digital health technologies such as RPM, providers can be effective change agents and positively impact the rapidly evolving healthcare ecosystem
Additionally, newer engagement channels such as telemedicine and secure messaging, are weaved into care team workflows using Rx.Health’s unified DNP approach.