HIMSS21 tech news: Epic/telehealth integration, acute treatment telemedicine, new distant treatment tech

Table of Contents Cloud-centered telehealth for acute treatmentA new remote treatment management technique TytoCare, maker

TytoCare, maker of an all-in-1 modular product and system for AI-powered telehealth, has expanded its integration in EHR huge Epic’s MyChart, enabling what the virtual treatment vendor describes as frictionless, asynchronous workflow.

The built-in workflow allows health and fitness units to obtain TytoCare-produced information in a patient’s EHR and clinicians to access TytoCare exam facts directly inside Epic, as effectively as seamless remote affected individual monitoring, the corporation reported.

The new integration was designed as a outcome of a collaboration between TytoCare and the University of Miami Health System in June 2020. College of Miami student athletes and employees utilized TytoHome equipment to seize vitals and share exam information with University of Miami Health Procedure physicians.

If an athlete’s vitals were being outdoors typical ranges, they ended up contacted to perform an asynchronous TytoCare exam, necessitating them to login to two applications – MyChart and the TytoCare application. The new integration enables consumers to login to just a person app, MyChart, and use TytoCare’s “exam and share” aspect.

With this new integration, all patients at healthcare organizations making use of each Epic and TytoCare will be ready to log into the software and seamlessly changeover into the TytoCare application. TytoCare is using APIs to publish affected person vitals right into a patient’s EHR.

TytoCare also is leveraging messaging and notification abilities to direct clinicians to launch the TytoCare test viewer to critique additional recorded examination media submitted by the patient these types of as audio, video and images.

TytoCare is in HIMSS21 booth 5822.

Cloud-centered telehealth for acute treatment

Royal Philips, a worldwide health IT organization, has launched a new, cloud-dependent Philips HealthSuite resolution meant to split down obstacles across affected individual treatment in a scalable, price tag-successful design. The new alternative is called Philips Acute Treatment Telehealth.

Setting up on Philips’ many years-lengthy skills in tele-ICU methods, Acute Care Telehealth gives a configurable and flexible resolution to aid overall health devices understand their virtual care and broader business telehealth ambitions, the firm reported.

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The solution’s scalability permits wellbeing programs to deploy Acute Care Telehealth in a centralized command heart, or a decentralized design of telehealth dependent on their wants. By allowing for consumers to add added hospitals, scientific models or beds, Acute Treatment Telehealth grows as just about every organization’s telehealth method evolves.

A modular approach provides versatile remedies and expert services to address unique consumer needs, building options quick to implement, put in, sustain and use, the firm contended. All methods profit from the same SaaS design, which can assistance to reduced first deployment fees and reduce ongoing IT resource strains, it added.

Philips is in HIMSS21 booth C200-126.

A new remote treatment management technique

PatientPoint, a seller of a client engagement system, has unveiled its new suite of distant treatment management solutions.

PatientPoint’s new remote treatment offerings include remote client monitoring, telehealth and health and fitness checks, and are created to help healthcare providers apply and enhance a individualized treatment program that extends outside of their business office walls.

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The firm’s distant affected individual checking remedy will get center stage at the August 11 HIMSS21 Lunch & Learn “Distant Affected individual Checking Carried out Ideal: Optimized Treatment for Optimized Reimbursement.” The panel discussion, presented in partnership with Remote Treatment Associates, will attribute:

  • Kelly Ladd, CEO, Piedmont Inside Medicine.
  • Donna Murphy, chief revenue officer, Distant Care Companions.
  • Wendy Hughes, RN, family nurse practitioner, Remote Treatment Partners.
  • Chris Martini, chief service provider officer, PatientPoint.
  • Dr. Lyle Berkowitz, CEO, Again9 Healthcare, and associate professor of scientific medication, Northwestern University Feinberg College of Drugs.

“For far more than 30 yrs, healthcare providers have partnered with PatientPoint to provide highly related, customized in-business office ordeals established to increase observe efficiencies and strengthen results,” Martini said. “With our new remote care management options, providers can now depend on PatientPoint to enable them increase the identical degree of care throughout the whole affected person journey.”

PatientPoint is in HIMSS21 booth 2232.

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