“BYOD helps providers bring the benefits of virtual care to more patients than ever before.”
ORLANDO, FLORIDA (PRWEB) April 24, 2017
LG CNS Healthcare Solutions debuted the next generation of telehealth technology yesterday, featuring Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) capabilities at Telehealth 2.0, the American Telemedicine Association’s national conference.
BYOD has been added to compliment LG CNS’ pre-packaged telehealth bundles, which pairs medical devices with a pre-programmed tablet in a remarkably easy-to-use kit for patients. “BYOD is the next step for offering ultimate flexibility, scalability and affordability in bringing virtual care to more patients,” commented Maryann Choi, MD, MPH, MS, CMD, ACPE, chief executive officer & founding partner of Collain Healthcare LLC, an LG CNS Company. This innovation gives healthcare providers and patients the option of using their own Android or iOS phones and tablets and downloading the LG CNS Interactive Virtual Care Team™ mobile app to connect with their providers. Data that is collected is available in real time on an intuitive clinical dashboard, empowering caregivers to quickly and efficiently triage patients for right-time, right-place care.
“By incorporating virtual care into their programs, providers are having a real impact on quality, reducing readmissions and unplanned ER visits while streamlining clinical operations,” observed Choi. “BYOD helps providers bring the benefits of virtual care to more patients than ever before.” For more information about LG CNS telehealth solutions, visit healthcare.lgcns.com.
About LG CNS
LG CNS, a global leader in healthcare technology, is pioneering solutions for population health with the most modern EHR suite for the long-term and post-acute care continuum, as well as integrated telehealth, population health and business intelligence platforms that empower the patient and care team. Led by a physician, the leadership team is comprised of experts with deep knowledge across the continuum of care. Using state-of-the-art smart technology, providers achieve the operational and population health outcomes necessary to succeed in today’s complex healthcare environment. For more information, visit healthcare.lgcns.com.