As more hospitals, health systems and providers turn to safe alternatives for delivering health care amid pandemic challenges, staff shortages, high census and decreasing reimbursement, Conduit Health Partners offers virtual care solutions such as remote patient monitoring and hospital-at-home services. These services are improving patient outcomes throughout the continuum of care while alleviating strain on staff and health systems.
With Conduit’s virtual care services, we augment care delivery in a variety of care settings, helping clients deliver safe, quality care beyond traditional settings. We partner with health systems, device manufacturers and other health care providers to provide remote patient monitoring services that support more immediate, timely interventions that can improve patient outcomes and mitigate potential issues before they get worse.
Conduit’s virtual care staffing services help clients deliver care beyond traditional settings by enabling safe, quality virtual chronic care management. We partner with health systems, hospitals, provider groups, chronic care management organizations, device manufacturers and other health care providers to provide remote patient monitoring staffing that supports immediate, timely interventions that can improve patient outcomes and mitigate potential issues before they get worse.
Hospital at Home is a unique care model that provides acute inpatient care in the comfort of a patient’s home rather than in an acute care hospital. Using technology to augment in-person rounding, we can provide the same level of service for patients with specific conditions. Hospital-at-Home services are for patients meeting criteria for an inpatient admission such as those recovering from surgery; or for those who have chronic or other illnesses such as congestive heart failure, COPD, cancer, diabetes, or pneumonia.
Partnership between care transformation leaders, clinical stakeholders, safety reliability, and performance improvement teams.
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Virtual care — while not new prior to the pandemic — significantly increased in popularity as providers turned to safe alternatives for delivering health care amidst COVID-19. Virtual care is a broad term that encompasses many ways that health care providers and patients interact real-time through digital tools. Examples include care delivered via video, audio, remote monitoring, instant messaging, and more.