Home health care takes one more step to be connected with the patient’s physician. Through the security network, physicians can now communicate reminders, notes, etc. and receive alerts when the patient’s data is out of tolerance.
Many physicians are now starting to make more house calls and this could offer some valuable information before going out on the road. BD
The resulting system, ExpressMD Solutions, will enable patients using EncounterCare's Electronic House Call monitoring system to send vital signs data to physicians via Authentidate's Inscrybe health data exchange network. Patients previously sent their data to a secure Web site hosted by EncounterCare that physicians could access.
Physicians now can subscribe to the Inscrybe service to view information for their patients using the system. They also can use the service to communicate with their patients, such as to schedule care plan reminders or disease management education. The service also can alert them when their patient's data is outside a pre-set range.