Remote patient monitoring has the potential to transform the medical device
industry. But this cannot happen without collaboration with digital health companies that can provide the infrastructure to collect data from these devices and generate real-world evidence (RWE).
In a new e-book, executives from Huma, Abbott, Smith and Nephew and AliveCor share how they use RWE collection to support a remote patient
monitoring and improving patient outcomes in neurology, cardiology and orthopedic surgery. It also explores how medtech and digital health companies can collaborate to maximize patient engagement and navigate regulatory requirements.
For example, AliveCor uses RWE to highlight the effectiveness of its cardiac monitoring technology in reducing emergency room visits and hospitalizations.
“Just by adding remote patient monitoring, we were able to show
real-world evidence of a nearly 56% reduction in emergency department visits
use and then a 68% reduction in hospitalization for patients with
arrhythmia. It’s powerful,” said Dr. Archana Dubey, AliveCor’s Chief Clinical Officer.
Healthcare executives also share some of the benefits of collaborating with digital health companies.
“I can’t participate in a conversation with the CIO. It’s just not our comfort zone,” said Paul Trueman, global vice president of health economics and market access at Smith
and a nephew. “You need a trusted partner who can do this for you and for someone
who will speak the right language and invent value
proposal for that CIO in the IT department.’
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