Posts for applications

Below you will find a list of the most recent posts made on the Accuhealth Blog tagged with the term: applications. You may filter the posts using the right-hand sidebar to limit the visible content.

  • What Is the Difference Between Telehealth and Virtual Visits?

    7 minute read

    Telehealth Telehealth is a broad term that encompasses a range of remote healthcare services. It refers to the use of technology to deliver healthcare services, including medical consultations, diagnoses, monitoring, education, and more. Telehealth leverages various communication tools, such as video conferencing, telephone calls, secure messaging, and even remote monitoring devices, to bridge the gap between patients and healthcare providers.

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  • Accuhealth: The Fastest Growing RPM Company in North America

    13 minute read

    Accuhealth Ranked 108 On Deloitte Fast 500 Accuhealth has been ranked 108th on the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list for North America. The list ranks the 500 fastest-growing companies in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech, and energy tech sectors in North America based on revenue growth from 2018 to 2021. Accuhealth achieved an impressive growth rate of 1,372% during this period, cementing its position as a major player in the remote patient monitoring industry. This recognition underscores Accuhealth's commitment to innovation and providing reliable solutions to the healthcare sector. In this blog post, we delve deeper into Accuhealth's journey toward achieving this impressive feat and explore what it means for the company and its clients.

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  • What is Remote Patient Monitoring Used For?

    7 minute read

    How is Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) used today? Remote Patient Monitoring, or RPM has many applications within a large variety of healthcare fields. In the United States, providers are already putting RPM technology to effective use in the treatment of some of the country’s most prevalent conditions, such as diabetes, asthma, obesity, high blood pressure and many other high-occurrence diseases.

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