Preparing for the Telehealth and mHealth Surge

With the Anticipation of a Telemedicine Growth, CloudVisit Telemedicine Is Ready to Prepare Users for All-Around Treatment With the Introduction of Telehealth Devices and mHealth Applications

COLD SPRING, NY–(Marketwired – Nov 12, 2014) – Healthcare as we know it is in the midst of a radical transformation with the emergence of telemedicine, or telehealth and its adoption into practices across the U.S. Telemedicine has increasingly become central to providing healthcare services remotely, especially to the 65-and-older population, which is estimated to reach 72 million seniors in 2030 — more than twice their number in the year 2000.
“We anticipated this wave building,” says Daniel Gilbert, president and CEO of CloudVisit Telemedicine. “CloudVisit provides leading, telemedicine, telehealth and mobile health applications (mHealth) solutions. We have a full suite of innovative, fully integrated mHealth Apps for remote patient care, and we’re adding new features, devices, and mHealth Apps regularly. Our clients will be ready for the telehealth market surge.”
A new report, Pulse of Telehealth 2014, released by Frost & Sullivan confirms that the burgeoning aging population and their attendant numerous chronic illnesses and diseases will be a boon for mobile telemedicine modalities and remote monitoring of patients.
The company’s HIPAA-compliant telemedicine platform flattens patient and provider concerns about the privacy and safety issues that the Frost & Sullivan report raised as barriers to the adoption of telehealth services.

Telehealth Devices by CloudVisit

CloudVisit also offers blue tooth monitoring devices that help patients and providers track wellness and progress. For example, a Blood Pressure Monitor includes an easy click-and-share feature that instantly transmits health information to the secure CloudVisit patient portal for provider access. The monitor is small, simple to use and provides: a blood pressure classification indicator (WHO function); and, measurement while inflating with a range of 0 – 300 mmHg, as well as pulse from 40 – 199 times/minute. The monitor also has a 22 – 32 cm adjustable cuff.
The company’s remote weight management solution device, the Body Health Analyzer includes the same type of simple click-and-share feature and instant data transmission through the secure CloudVisit patient portal for provider access. The device measures weight, muscle mass, body fat, bone mass, visceral fat, the patient’s basal metabolic rate, body water and their body mass index.
Both the Blood Pressure Monitor and Body Health Analyzer instantly transmit and display each patient’s at-home and in-office health data on his/her Apple or Android device in their personalized app.
“We look forward to the expanding acceptance and expansion of the telehealth industry,” says Gilbert. “We will continue to be an innovator and leader in this dynamic field that’s essential to affordable healthcare and improving peoples’ quality of life.”