Chronic care patients will be monitored at home by AccessibleRPM’s telehealth and remote patient monitoring service using Claris Healthcare’s advanced care platform technology.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia and CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. (PRWEB) August 20, 2020
AccessibleRPM, a division of Accessible Home Health, have announced today that they will be using Claris Healthcare’s technology to expand their full-service remote patient monitoring (RPM) and telehealth program.
AccessibleRPM provides nationwide remote monitoring services utilizing its vast network of skilled nursing professionals to provide patients with the highest quality of care, enabling physicians to expand care into the home. Aarif Dahod, AccessibleRPM CEO, said, “Given our senior population demographic, we selected Claris Healthcare’s Claris Continuum care management platform because of its ease-of-use and flexibility. Combined with our 20 years of homecare experience, we can now expand the functionality of our patient monitoring services both nationally and internationally.”
Leveraging the flexibility of the Claris Continuum system, AccessibleRPM is the first home health care company able to provide a ‘One-Stop Solution’ – including technology, clinical team, training, and support services to healthcare facilities and physicians for their chronic care patients.
“Our RPM system combined with AccessibleRPM’s vast home health resources creates the industry’s first total patient monitoring platform with a nationwide skilled nursing labor force,” said Geof Auchinleck, CEO of Claris Healthcare. “Having this level of high scalability will be important to meet the demand as physicians continue to rapidly adopt patient care models in the home.”
Claris Healthcare developed its software solution, Claris Companion, to address the challenge of senior isolation by increasing engagement with technology. In 2018, new CMS reimbursement codes for remote patient monitoring led Claris to launch its HIPAA-compliant RPM platform, Claris Continuum, to include Bluetooth connected medical devices, clinical content, risk stratification, and other innovative features necessary to remotely manage a chronic care population. The Claris platform is specifically designed for older patients (65+) which provides unparalleled access for anyone to receive care in their own homes – without any need for on-site installation, configuration, or training.
About Claris Healthcare
Founded in 2012, Claris Healthcare has developed the world’s most engaging, flexible and accessible platform designed to deliver care into the home. The Claris platform has applications in family care, chronic and acute care. With 46 million Americans over the age of 65 living with one or more chronic conditions, and many in isolation during the current pandemic, remote patient monitoring is the solution to an ever-growing need for the delivery of quality care beyond traditional hospital settings.
Accessible Home Health Care, founded 20 years ago is a leading home health organization specializing in home health care with 108 offices across 26 states and international operations in India, Africa, and the Middle East. Accessible Home Health recently launched the Accessible Remote Patient Monitoring Program through AccessibleRPM, based in Coral Springs FL., to help manage chronic conditions, prevent avoidable readmissions, and reduce costs for care providers.
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