The Care Innovations Connect RCM Patient Application Is Accessible Via Web Browser, Enabling People To Reap The Benefits Of Remote Care Management Without Requiring The Use Of A Telehealth-specific Device. (Photo: Business Wire)

Care Innovations™ Connect RCM, the newest remote care management offering from Care Innovations, will be launched in Canada through GE Healthcare. This cloud-based application helps patients access provider-designed care plans via a web browser instead of relying on specialized devices installed in the home environment.
The Care Innovations Connect RCM patient application is accessible via web browser, enabling people  ...

The Care Innovations Connect RCM patient application is accessible via web browser, enabling people to reap the benefits of remote care management without requiring the use of a telehealth-specific device. (Photo: Business Wire)

By eliminating the need for dedicated hardware, Connect RCM software may significantly reduce the cost of remote care compared to device-centric solutions available today. Connect RCM is the patient-facing application of the Care Innovations™ Guide platform, an established remote care management solution that has been deployed in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.

“Connect RCM directly supports the Canadian healthcare system’s focus on disease prevention and management, and we’re very excited to collaborate with GE Healthcare to make it broadly available,” said Sean Slovenski, chief executive officer of Care Innovations. “As the population ages and more patients deal with chronic conditions, finding ways to extend care into home and community settings is imperative.”

The Guide platform helps providers manage patient populations that are dealing with chronic diseases or have been recently discharged from the hospital. In Canada, 33% of Canadians with one or more chronic conditions account for approximately 51% of family physician/general practitioner consultations, 55% of specialist consultations, 66% of nursing consultations, and 72% of nights spent in a hospital. 1

Through the Guide platform, Canadian healthcare providers will have access to an enterprise-class clinical care management application, in-home patient applications accessible via web browser or single-purpose tablet, and a powerful data integration engine. Providers will be able to use this platform as a foundation to provide innovative and branded in-home solutions with more frequent touch points between clinicians and patients.

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