RPM 101: How Remote Patient Monitoring Saves Time, Money, and Lives
20 APR 2017 / 11:00 am EDT
Dr. Bob Arnot
CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER,
PARALLAX HEALTH SCIENCES
& TV PERSONALITY
Accredited Home Care Signs With QOLPOM To Advance Telehealth Services In California
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Parallax Health Sciences, Inc. ("Parallax") (PRLX), is pleased to announce that Accredited Home Care has chosen QOLPOM, Parallax's Telehealth subsidiary, to exclusively provide its patent-pending and industry leading array of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) technologies, medication dispensing and compliance services, logistics, hardware, and secure network platform management. Accredited Home Care serves more than 15,000 patients annually through its five offices located in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties, employing over 100 office staff and 3,000 nurses and caregivers in the field.
Grande Ronde Hospital Expands Telehealth Services with In-Home Patient Monitoring
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
11/7/2016 12:00:00 AM PACIFIC
Updated: 11/7/2016 1:13:25 PM PACIFIC
For more information, contact Mardi Ford.
Grande Ronde Hospital (GRH) announces a new partnership with medical tele-monitoring company QOLPOM for a new service to benefit our most fragile patients.
“This newest expansion of GRH TeleHealth services through our Patient-Centered Primary Care Program offers increased diversity and opportunity for providing in-home care to some of our most vulnerable patients. Our partnership with QOLPOM provides us with a great opportunity to offer even more healing and comfort for those patients who are being treated at home. They will continue to receive quality care from friendly faces with even greater support through a thriving specialty-consult technology network,” said Doug Romer, GRH Executive Director of Patient Care Services.
Victory Medical Solutions Contracts With QOLPOM
Posted: Oct 18, 2016 6:21 AM MST
Expanding Remote Patient Monitoring and Telehealth Programs in Arizona and the Navajo Nation
Santa Monica, CA - October 18, 2016 - (Newswire.com)
Parallax Health Sciences, Inc. ("Parallax" or the "Company") (PRLX), is pleased to announce that Victory Medical Solutions LLC (VMS) has chosen QOLPOM, Parallax’s Telehealth subsidiary, to provide high quality healthcare in the rural and remote parts of Arizona. VMS is leveraging technology, allowing its accredited nursing operation to bring healthcare to some of the poorest counties in Arizona, where access to basic healthcare services is historically difficult. In these rural communities, where most live below the poverty level, the Arizona healthcare system is incurring significant and escalating costs in order to provide services. Logistics, including ambulatory services and hospital readmissions, are having a highly challenging effect on both the quality of care and the escalating costs to the healthcare system of Arizona.
Parallax Health Sciences acquires QOLPOM
In a regulatory submission filed today, Parallax Health Sciences (OTCPK:PRLX) reports that it inked an agreement to acquire QOLPOM (Quality of Life Peace of Mind) on September 8. The Santa Monica, CA-based firm provides a service to residential-based caregivers that leverages the Internet of Things. The core of the service is the QOLPOM Hub, a medication dispensing, management and remote monitoring system that ensures seniors and chronic care patients at home take the correct medications on time and notifies caregivers if a medication is missed or has a medical status report that requires follow-up...
Philips to launch medication adherence monitoring device in U.S., Europe before year end
June 1, 2016 | By Stacy Lawrence
Royal Philips ($PHG) has released positive data on its connected medication dispenser Medido from an almost 1,400-patient study in the Netherlands. It found that adherence rate was dramatically improved and remained consistent over a year in chronic disease patients who take medications thrice daily on average...
Remote Patient Monitoring Lets Doctors Spot Trouble Early
For patients with chronic conditions, tracking of vital signs allows quick adjustments in care
Jonathan D. Rockoff
Richard Setzenfandhad a wireless router installed in his Pittsburgh home last fall. But it wasn’t for surfing the Internet or streaming video to his computer.
The router was sent by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center to track how Mr. Setzenfand’s diseased heart was doing. The device wirelessly collects the measurements taken in the patient’s home by a scale, blood-pressure cuff and fingertip blood-oxygen meter, and sends them to the medical center...
Philips Medido Pill Dispenser Simplifies Patient Adherence to Drug Regimens
February 21st, 2014
Pill management is a daily chore for a lot of people – it’s not easy remembering to take multiple medications, each with their own schedule. There are numerous machines that sort tablets and try to take the confusion out of the process, but some are making pill management completely automated...