Telemedicine is on the rise. The number of patients and caregivers who enjoy the benefits of remote diagnosis and treatment is growing every day. In this article, we will discuss how telehealth affects the home care and senior living sector. But first, a quick overview of how telemedicine evolved into the invaluable tool it is today.
Predictive clinical analytics is developing at a rapid pace. According to IMARC Group evaluation, the US predictive analytics market will reach a value of US$ 22.6B by 2027, with a CAGR of 22.40% during 2022-2027. What makes this segment so special and how does it affect home care and senior living? Let’s find out.
In the recent episode of the Home Health 360 podcast, Tim Craig, VP of Education at Lincoln Healthcare Leadership, spoke about HCT Expo and shared his thoughts on the current state – and the future – of the home care sector.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) revolutionized the home care and senior living sectors. With the communications technology evolution, what was once a sci-fi wonder is now available to millions of seniors. RPM not only improves the quality of help they get from caregivers but also increases their quality of living. Let’s talk about the history, current state, and the future of remote patient monitoring.
Several factors are contributing to the shift of care delivery into home-based settings. We break down why, and what that means for the future of home care and senior living growth and spending.