All Posts In ‘Telehealth News’ Category

The myNEXUS Booth at AHIP Institute Conference
9 June 2015

myNEXUS Exhibits at AHIP Institute 2015

The Specialty Benefit Management and Remote Digital Health provided through myNEXUS captures and analyzes biometric patient data, using the revolutionary myLINK2Care (TM) system. Clinical algorithms then inform care decisions and generate preventative health recommendations, and doctors use this information to modify treatment plans when needed. The program has been shown to align incentives by reducing costs and preventing ER visits and re-hospitalizations by up to 80 percent.

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NHCC 2015 Meeting
13 April 2015

Consumer Driven Healthcare: More than just a “trend”

Healthcare in America is changing, and many now recognize this fact. Patients have diverse needs and those in the industry need to understand this. The key to accommodating those in need of healthcare involves personalizing this care while keeping costs down.

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26 January 2015

Telehealth Services are Beneficial for Many

The expansion of telehealth services is showing no sign of slowing down and, instead, has been projected to continue growing at a substantial rate over the next decade. There are several reasons why this growth rate is expected to remain the trend for remote monitoring. Medical offices are operating on tighter budgets even as the…

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Sanjay Gupta lists Telehealth as a trend in 2015
14 January 2015

America’s 9 Biggest Health Issues – Dr. Sanjay Gupta

Remote Patient Monitoring Offers a Solution to Many Health Care Challenges in 2015   Dr. Sanjay Gupta was recently asked about the biggest issues facing health care this year. In this article, America’s 9 Biggest Health Issues he identified a number of areas, including a shortage of doctors and the need for more caregivers for the…

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9 January 2015

myNEXUS Releases First White Paper

myNEXUS™ recently received press coverage from a variety of outlets for our new telehealth whitepaper. Click here to read how remote patient monitoring improved the physical and mental health of a Vietnam Veteran and prevented return visits to the hospital.

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