Providence is using remote patient monitoring for COVID-19 patients

March 30, 2020 Providence News Team

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Providence has partnered with Xealth and Twistle to deliver at-home patient monitoring to over 700 positive or presumed positive COVID-19 patients. 

Providence's chief medical technology officer, Dr. Todd Czartoski said, “In the current environment, we have a large population of patients who are concerned and experiencing symptoms that may or may not be indicative of COVID-19. Incorporating Xealth and Twistle into our clinical operations extends the reach of our front-line caregivers – enabling us to give them leverage to monitor patients effectively and efficiently – while keeping patients safely at home.” 

Read more about at-home monitoring and Providence's digital strategy to respond to COVID at on HIT Consultant

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