With 260,000 readings a month, it not only shows that our platform is scalable, but also that people are using it and it's sustainable. This also provides a good foundation to begin our predictive analytics and machine learning program
MCALLEN, Texas (PRWEB) September 17, 2020
Accuhealth is pleased to announce over 250,000 patient readings per month, a major growth milestone for the healthcare technology company. Accuhealth now has collected enough data to work with leading experts in the field of machine learning to expand the company’s remote patient monitoring (RPM) capabilities. This will also allow the company to pursue its goal of integrating data-based discoveries for improved predictions of the likelihood of patients experiencing adverse medical events.
Accuhealth CEO Stephen Samson commented, “With 260,000 readings a month, it not only shows that our platform is scalable, but also that people are using it and it's sustainable. This also provides a good foundation to begin our predictive analytics and machine learning program, which will provide even more insight for the many physicians who use our platform to treat their chronically ill patients.”
Since its inception in 2018, Accuhealth’s leadership team knew that providing an easy-to-use, functional piece of technology for physicians would be the secret to the program’s success, eliminating barriers between physicians and their patients and becoming a major contender in the RPM space. Surpassing 250,000 readings is an indication that this is now a reality, and that Accuhealth can pursue new opportunities in machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Accuhealth’s RPM platform provides a 24/7 live interactive dashboard view of thousands of patients’ biometric data and functions as a communication medium between physicians, care providers, and the patients themselves – often identifying or helping prevent potential adverse healthcare events before they worsen. Patients can monitor their medical conditions by simply logging into Accuhealth’s web-based platform. Additionally, with an integrated telemedicine module, physicians using Accuhealth’s HIPAA-compliant RPM solution are one click away from providing virtual visits easier and faster than most built-in electronic health records (EHR) solutions.
Samson added, “Critical to Accuhealth’s growth has been the ability of our RPM platform to integrate with most practice-based EHRs. Our clinics love our EHR integrations and they rely on our robust integrations to help them with making RPM easy to deploy and give them the data they need for quality reporting.”
Accuhealth provides clinics across the United States – including Hawaii and Alaska – with this turn-key RPM service, which satisfies Medicare CPT 99453, 99454, 99457, and 99458. They also work Texas Medicaid Telemonitoring Codes CPT 99423, 99422, and 99421 RPM programs. Find out more at https://www.linkedin.com/company/accuhealth