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Trinity to expand advanced home health telemedicine system, Crains Detroit Business, 4/16/17
A Trinity Health program aimed at helping patients get care remotely is growing beyond its Michigan test bed into six other states, part of a growing move toward telemedicine by an industry looking to save money and improve care.
Innovation Grant Funds New Remote Monitoring Model of Care for Patients with Chronic Illness, 4/5/17
For patients struggling with one or more chronic illnesses, intense monitoring and follow-up is necessary to help better manage their self-care and avoid preventable emergency room visits and readmissions. Emerging new models of care that introduce telemonitoring technologies can help patients stay connected with their care teams and be more successful in managing their health while reducing costs.
Remote care management technology from Vivify Health in Trinity Health At Home agencies will help keep patients out of the hospital.
Disruptive healthcare companies to watch in 2017, Beckers Hospital Review, 1/31/17
Healthcare is ripe with opportunity for investors and entrepreneurs. Mobile health, sophisticated consumer expectations, data transparency and preference for on-demand services at a flat fee have ushered in a class of companies that resist the status quo.
Here are 11 companies disrupting healthcare today. They're worth keeping an eye on
For patients in a community struggling with serious illness, palliative care services offer interventions that promote dignity, safety, and choice while improving the experience for both patients, families, and their caregivers. Yet palliative care services are often underutilized and qualified patients miss out on resources that could improve their comfort and quality of life.
Jvion Named Awardee in Trinity Health Innovation Challenge, pweb, 12/13/16
Trinity Health, one of the nation's largest health systems, selected clinical cognitive science leader Jvion as a grant awardee in its inaugural Innovation Challenge. With the award, Jvion will apply the industry’s first and only Cognitive Clinical Science machine to improve care and reduce readmissions for patients who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.
A small but significant number of patients devour the vast majority of health care resources. For the U.S. health care system to succeed in its transformation, the aggressive management of these "complex needs" patients is essential.
Video: Partnering With the Local Fire Department to Reduce Readmissions, Enhance Patient Safety, H&HN magazine, 8/4/2016
Leaders at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital in Pontiac, Mich., tapped the community for help with identifying populations with chronic conditions. Clinical Informatics Director Dave Bobryk spoke with H&HN about the process.
Integrated technology improves patient, staff satisfaction at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland, Catholic Health World, 07/1/2016
Dr. Fabian Fregoli recalls a patient who took off her oxygen mask to get out of bed to go to the restroom. As her oxygen level dropped, St. Joseph Mercy Oakland's innovative monitoring and communications system alerted her nurse, who rushed to the room and returned the patient safely to her bed and oxygen.