ST. LOUIS (Sept. 10, 2020)—CareSignal, offering Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) validated in more than 10 peer-reviewed journal publications to deliver industry-leading clinical and financial returns, has supported tens of thousands of individual patients with heart failure, COPD, diabetes, depression and dozens of other conditions for a combined duration of more than 20,000 patients/year.
NEW YORK (July 6, 2020)—The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) announced that it will be providing free, confidential memory screenings digitally through its National Memory Screening Program every Monday and Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm (ET
SAN MATEO, Calif. (August 13, 2018)—Adherium, a digital health platform that focuses on improving medication adherence and patient outcomes, officially launched the Hailie solution in the United States, following its recent Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) over-the-counter clearance to enable sales direct to consumers.
SAN FRANCISCO (June 26, 2017)—Qardio, a digital health ecosystem and Hint, a direct care administration platform, announce a partnership that will bring Qardio’s solutions to direct care providers across the United States through Hint’s technology integration program, Hint Connect.
States Lag in Keeping Medicaid Enrollees Out of Nursing Homes
States are not doing enough to help elderly and disabled Medicaid enrollees receive services in homes and community locations instead of in nursing homes, where care is more expensive, AARP report says. (Kaiser Health News via U.S. News & World Report)
BOSTON (May 3, 2017)—Dr. Piali De, CEO of Senscio Systems, was sworn in by Edward A. Palleschi, Deputy Chief Secretary, Boards and Commissions, Office of the Governor, April 21, 2017 in the Governor’s Ceremonial Corner Office in the West Wing of the Massachusetts State House. She took an oath of office to serve the Commonwealth as a member of Gov.
The New York Times reported last week that the number of skilled nursing homes and facilities is declining amid growth of in-home care nursing programs. According to a recent article in The New York Times, the number of nursing homes shrunk by 350 nationwide during the past six years, while the number of in-home care nursing programs has doubled to from 42 to 84.