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Home Based Healthcare
Today, many patients with chronic illnesses monitor their condition at home manually through the use of simple medical devices, such as a glucose meter or blood pressure cuff. Diabetic patients routinely test their blood sugar levels and often record them in a patient diary in order to monitor the effect of their food and medications. The patient diary is intended to help clinicians monitor the patient, but all too frequently the data is incomplete or illegible for effective use and medical staff wastes valuable time trying to interpret results. Use of an automated telemedicine system from Medgraph can manage chronic conditions by remote patient monitoring, which improves the quality of the patient’s life, reduces errors, and saves time and money.
Medgraph believes that healthy lifestyles and disease prevention has never been more important than it is today. If you could find out the status of your health as easily as you find out your weight when you step on a scale, wouldn't you do it? Health-conscious consumers, the middle-aged, and the elderly will welcome the ability to monitor blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and more in the privacy of their home. When problems do arise, people will want health care in their homes, too. This can now be easily achieved with Medgraph’s remote diabetes management systems. Using the Internet, wireless and traditional communications infrastructure, it is possible to convey critical clinical information to physicians, nurses, and clinics through advanced telemedicine technology.
Medgraph's telemedicine system collects disease-specific metrics from biomedical devices used by patients in their homes or other settings outside of a clinical facility. Medgraph's remote diabetes management system will be able to collect patient readings and then transmits them to a remote server for storage and examination by health-care professionals. Once available on the server, the readings can be used in numerous ways by home health agencies, clinicians, physicians, and informal care providers. And because the data is automatically recorded directly from the patient's biomedical sensor devices, physicians see an accurate representation of the patient's day-to-day condition.
Medgraph is at the cutting edge of automated home-based healthcare monitoring through innovative telemedicine techniques.