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Alcohol Concern's Dry January campaign encourages people to give up alcohol throughout January. Learn about the benefits of cutting out alcohol and get involved. Find out more about alcoholic liver disease and the treatments provided at BMI Healthcare including, alcohol dependence treatment.

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Components and Relevance of EHRs in Rural Hospitals

Article | July 19, 2022

Contents 1. Knowing The Basics 2. Importance Of EHR In A Rural Setting 3. Features That An EHR Must Have In A Rural Area Today, we will discuss the crucial featuresof electronic health records (EHR) in rural hospitals. However, before listing out the key components, let us first understand what EHR is and how it can help the smooth functioning of medical treatment in a rural setup. 1. Knowing the Basics! As the name suggests, an electronic health record is a computer file that stores a patient’s medical history, such as diagnosis, treatment, test results, etc. In short, an EHR is a digital version of a patient’s paper health record. It also includes previous appointments, billing details, and other general documentation. The need for an EHR popped up due to its easy and secure availability compared to patients' paper files. In addition, patients and doctors can easily access lab reports through an EHR that is updated in real-time and downloaded on any device with an internet connection. 2. Importance of EHR in a Rural Setting! Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) defines EHR usability as “The effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction with which specific users can achieve a specific set of tasks in a particular environment.' In essence, a system with good usability is easy to use and effective. It is intuitive, forgiving of mistakes, and allows one to perform necessary tasks quickly, efficiently, and with a minimum of mental effort.” A patient's electronic health records can be beneficial in an era of digitization. It can improve patient care by minimizing the chances of medical errors, reducing test duplication, and making doctors and patients well-informed by fetching medical records anytime, thereby reducing delays in treatment. 3. Features That an EHR Must Have in a Rural Area EHRs can prove beneficial in all areas situated far off by accessing the real-time, up-to-date data of patients’ health records and making timely decisions. When the distance between the clinics and specialists is more, an EHR report can easily be sent to look into a patient’s history before delivering treatment. In a rural setup, EHR helps promote health awareness as patients' data can be monitored without needing to be physically present. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Solutions can be easily deployed in places with slow internet and help maintain a lightweight EHR that can support immediate patient care and easy documentation. Next comes the option of configuration over coding. At the Rural Health Clinic (RHC), an EHR that the local IT team can handle would be of more use than one that may require a specialist’s check or additional coding. An EHR, equipped with the ability to configure and customize as per the clinic’s workflow, will give more control to the RHCs and enable them to function efficiently. Another significant point of an EHR in a Rural Health Clinic will be the inclusion of applications that support instant communication, like Telehealth and patient portals. These applications enable direct consultation and virtual care of patients and specialists located far off, thereby reducing the dependency of RHCs on city or urban-based facilities. When we are discussing rural hospitals, we need to look for an application that is both affordable and functional, as rural areas mostly struggle with problems regarding budget and resources. Hence, keeping this in mind, RHCs should install a cloud-based EHR that does not require buying servers or employing IT staff. RHCs must use an EHR application with innovative analytic tools to access and develop reports for quick patient care decisions. In addition, the system must be able to pull large chunks of data and generate reports daily. Enjoyed reading this? Want to read more related articles? Click the link for more information! https://healthcare.report/trending-news/electronic-health-records-ehr-software-market-2019-foreseen-to-grow-exponentially-by-2026 Happy Reading!

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Role of AI and ML in the Healthcare Industry

Article | August 16, 2022

Contents 1. Alexa, Are You There? 2. Digital Assistants-Cum-Doctor-Assistants 3. Toward An AI-Friendly Life! 1. Alexa, Are You There? If Siri, Alexa, Google Now, or Cortana are your friends, you do not need any special introduction for today’s topic! This is because these digital assistants have become part and parcel of our lives; from completing our minimal tasks to helping us solve our problems, they make our day-to-day life simpler and more manageable. Popularly called AI, Artificial Intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines. Similarly, Machine Learning, also called ML, is the capability of a machine to imitate intelligent human behavior. 2. Digital Assistants-cum-Doctor Assistants The unpredictable pandemic years, which took thousands of lives, depict the rise of complexities in the healthcare industry. To deal with such cases in the future tactfully, the healthcare segment needs to be proactive and implement advanced technologies to detect, resolve, and prevent untimely death. Modern technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning help the medical fraternity perform tasks usually done by humans quickly and accurately, saving much time that can be utilized elsewhere. Let’s take a quick tour of how AI and ML can boost the healthcare industry: Artificial Intelligence can broadly scan patient databases or consult patients via a chatbot or online support system to understand their symptoms, send data to doctors, and get real-time diagnoses and prescribed medicines. Machine Learning, a subset of AI, can replace traditional processes with a supervised one, as in, a patient can be treated based on similar symptoms and treatment of other patients. The process requires a quick scanning of the database, which can be time-consuming if done by human effort. Taking technology by storm, patients suffering from neurological disorders can be treated via Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) backed by AI. With the help of this technology, normal bodily functions, such as the ability to move, speak or react, can be restored. It can also assist doctors in treating patients with strokes, locked-in syndrome, etc.The healthcare segment is revolutionizing, as sensitive operations such as heart surgery are being performed with robotic precision and control with AI-based algorithms. For this purpose, precision machine learning processes are being used to train robots and improve accuracy. AI can also help in digital pathology. Instead of placing separate slides or tissue blocks and observing them manually, pathologists can do it via AI, which can help analyze digital slides using image analysis and machine learning. 3. Toward an AI-friendly Life! If you never forget to wear a smartwatch, track daily steps, get water intake notifications, eat mindfully, and consistently monitor pulse rates, then you are already AI-friendly! You have successfully incorporated AI into your life and taken the first step towarda healthy life!

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What are the Key Types of Healthcare Supply Chain Management Solutions?

Article | August 12, 2022

Introduction Within the last two years, the healthcare industry saw an influx in patient care as COVID-19 swept through communities across the globe. The widespread shortage of patient care tools, personal protective equipment (PPE), and medical technology amid the pandemic led to an exponential rise in health expenditures and demand for essential supplies. In response to the medical demand-supply imbalance, the governments of numerous countries increased their medical care expenditures to counter the challenges of patient care equipment shortages. For instance, according to the National Healthcare Expenditure Data, federal government spending on healthcare and medical care grew by 36% in 2020 and is estimated to reach US$ 6.2 trillion by 2028 in the U.S. Despite the rise in medical budget allocations, medical facilities are still facing difficulties obtaining enough supplies with the growing prevalence of numerous chronic, infectious, and hereditary diseases. As a result, organizations are focusing on deploying innovative solutions, such as healthcare supply chain management software, to keep track of inventory, procurement, logistics, and others and strengthen their supply chain. Healthcare Supply Chain Management Solutions: Key Types Healthcare systems, hospitals, and other patient care sites require a broad array of supplies to perform diagnosis and treatment, from masks and gloves to catheters and implants. Inadequate supplies coupled with inflation is making supply chain management a crucial but complex component in providing optimal patient care across the healthcare industry. This has shed more light on the role of supply chain management in saving lives. Effective supply chains help various regulatory agencies, including medical goods manufacturers and insurance companies, deliver essential supplies, resources, technologies, and other patient care goods to healthcare establishments. Supply chain management solutions are thus garnering massive traction among healthcare organizations for simplifying and automating manual supply chain and logistics operations. Let’s have a look at the types of supply chain management software that assist healthcare organizations to optimize their supply chain processes Inventory Management Software Efficient medical inventory management is critical for the running of healthcare organizations. The software provides real-time inventory tracking, assisting organizations in closely monitoring inventory changes, avoiding shortages of both low-value and high-use patient care items, decreasing the wait time for access to medical supplies, and reducing the chances of late delivery. Order Management Software It is crucial for healthcare establishments to have an estimate of the demand and supply of goods to prevent shortages. Order management software enables these organizations to coordinate supply chain demand planning and forecasting. It also assists in streamlining warehouse operations, resulting in faster and more accurate order placement. Sourcing and Procurement Software By tapping into the power of sourcing and procurement solutions, healthcare organizations can develop robust sourcing processes and automate, streamline, and optimize their entire procurement processes. The software also assists establishments in improving their supply inventory levels, identifying the best supplier, and reducing their overall purchasing cost. Shipping and Tracking Software Shipping and tracking software assist in the planning and execution of the physical movement of goods. These solutions are primarily used by medical equipment manufacturers and suppliers during the delivery or relocation of patient care goods. The integration of these solutions enables organizations to track and manage numerous batches of goods in transit. The Bottom Line Growing competition, healthcare regulations, shipping costs, and increased logistics requirements from medical institutions have complicated the supply chain management processes. As a result, life-science companies are investing in cutting-edge supply chain management solutions to reduce numerous errors, improve logistics, and eliminate unnecessary costs spent to fix them. Thus, several companies are now emphasizing the incorporation of cutting-edge technologies, including artificial intelligence and data analytics, into healthcare supply chain management software to reap benefits such as process automation, streamlined inventory, reduced waste, improved decision-making, and lower labor, supply, and operational costs.

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3 Key Considerations in Cloud Security for Healthcare Organizations

Article | February 12, 2020

With medical system consolidation and increasing numbers of medical records created, the need for digital access and storage is gaining steam. Digitizing records allows clinicians to improve accuracy and decrease redundant testing and studies, as well as reduce treatment delays. Greater availability of digitized records has other perks too. With vast amounts of accessible medical data, researchers can move public health studies forward, also potentially improving care and treatment of individual patients. As a result, cloud storage is taking off, though healthcare organizations are adopting it more slowly than other industries. According to a 2019 Nutanix report, 71% of healthcare organizations using cloud were considered the least mature – relative beginners – in that they were using fewer cloud services. Compare that figure to finance or retail, where 13% and 15% respectively were beginners. However, that is changing.

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Telehealth innovators join Equum Medical as it looks to broaden adoption of virtual care across the patient continuum

Equum Medical | February 01, 2022

EquumMedical, a leading provider of acute care telehealth solutions, today announced strategic executive leadership hires to support its growing portfolio of clinical services that will help meet staffing and capacity challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding from the Heritage Grouphas enabled EQUUM to further enhance its service model and broaden the reach of its experienced team of clinicians acrossthe United Statesand beyond as the company executes its strategic vision of telehealth as a more prominent and permanent feature of the future healthcare delivery system. "We are designing a company that anticipates the digitization of healthcare and through it the broader adoption of virtual care across the patient continuum. Through this tenured leadership team, Equum Medical is uniquely positioned to deliver on the full promise of acute telehealth." Equum Founder and CEO Dr.Corey Scurlock, MD, MBA Throughout the COVID pandemic Equum has supported hospitals large and small, urban and rural by connecting them via technology with highly trained specialists. Now it is building on this foundation by integrating new telehealth-enabled clinical services that can connect care from the emergency department to discharge with point of care teams supported continuously via virtual care. Equum Medical's portfolio of clinical solutions is aimed at reducing bottlenecks that impact cost, quality and access for health systems and optimizing patient flow. Services now include: Tele-Critical care, with episodic to round-the-clock coverage of ICUs, EDs and beyond Patient transfer and hospital flow optimization to level bed utilization and keep patients within their communities Virtual nursing through RNs who support other providers in clinical problem-solving to meet needs resulting from the shortage in nursing and rising costs of travel nurses Telehealth enabled observation and sitting to decrease adverse events at the bedside and reduce costs Telehealth consulting, to help health systems clear away legacy systems and devise sustainable strategies for virtual care maturity "Our customers wanted a single strategic partner for virtual care delivery, and I believe we have delivered a scalable model that demonstrates our differentiated offering," Scurlock said. "We are proud to announce that this vision will be fulfilled by a dream team of experienced telehealth leaders from across the industry." About Equum Medical For over 10 years, Equum Medical has provided board-certified critical care physicians delivering acute care telehealth to address the challenges hospitals and health systems face when trying to fill gaps in coverage. Equum Medical's flexible, customized approach helps clients improve the lives of on-site clinicians, extending patient care in specialty areas and offering program leadership. By adapting to each client's technology platform and ensuring quality of care is delivered through proven data-driven change management methodologies, Equum Medical enables hospitals and health systems to enhance care and serve more patients, while delivering a positive clinical, operational and financial impact.

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MedVision, Inc. Acquires Complete Health Systems, LC

MedVision, Inc. | January 07, 2022

MedVision, Inc. (MedVision), a leading provider of value-based healthcare business applications for delegated risk entities today announced its acquisition of Complete Health Systems, LC (CHS), a long-time leader in the Self-Insured and Third-Party Administrator arena. In tandem, the companies create a more advanced, comprehensive, and seamless approach in automation of the many departmental processes of health plan and benefit administration-oriented organizations. In addition to serving the Self-Insured and TPA sectors of healthcare, the combined companies address the needs of many Risk-Based Models that include Health Plans, Independent Physician Associations, Physician-Hospital Organizations, Integrated Delivery Networks and of CMS' Advanced Payment Models including Direct Contract Entities. "This acquisition infuses MedVision with a broader based expertise within the business segments where CHS has historically played a role and vice versa," said Albert B. Sosa, Chief Executive Officer of MedVision, Inc. "Much of each firm's core product competencies will together create an unmatched approach in efficient, cost-effective solutions geared to virtually any healthcare administrative environment." "Since 1991, CHS has been providing their technology platform to administrators of self-funded health plans, both large and small. MedVision, through its acquisition of CHS, provides CHS with access to their resources, including the capabilities of their over 1,100 strong worldwide talent pool. We are excited to leverage these synergies with MedVision to deliver even greater value to our current and future clients, especially in the existing environment of evolving marketplace requirements." Chacko Kurian, President of CHS Today MedVision provides advanced solutions to virtually every type of delegated risk model of healthcare delivery organizations. MedVision's platform has pioneered supporting structures from fee-for-service through value-based capitation arrangements across organizations. An integral part of the Meditab Group of Companies (MGoC), MedVision and it's affiliated firms address the technology oriented solution needs for providers, payers, employers and members across all lines of business. About MedVision, Inc. Since inception in 1994, MedVision has created sophisticated and multifunctional application healthcare solutions that are designed to handle diverse operational structures—managing complete end-to-end workflow for delegated Risk-Based Organizations (RBOs). Designed to manage all core lines of business including Medicare, Medicaid/Medi-Cal, and commercial plans within business structures such as IPAs, MSOs, PHOs, TPAs, ACOs, FQHCs, plans and other Specialty Carve-Out networks. About Complete Health Systems, LC Since 1991, Complete Health Systems, LC, "CHS", has provided information technology and health plan technology solutions for Health Plan Benefit Administrators. Today CHS has nationwide clients and a reputation for providing a comprehensive solution for Third Party Administrators who administer self-insured; Medical, Dental, Vision, and Disability plans, Taft-Hartley Plans, Association Plans and Self-insured plans administered by Employers.

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Telli Health Delivers World's First 4G Cellular-Connected SPO2 Pulse Oximeter for COVID-19 Patients

Telli Health | December 21, 2021

Telli Health today announced the delivery of the first FDA certified and approved 4G cellular-connected SpO2 pulse oximeter, addressing the unprecedented demand seen during the pandemic for remote patient monitoring (RPM) devices, particularly SpO2 pulse oximeter, to track COVID-19 patients. The pulse oximeter rounds out Telli Health's complete 4G package to measure and detect common physiological parameters. These devices also include a touchless thermometer, blood pressure monitor, blood glucometer, and weight scale, and serve as a complete COVID-19 kit to monitor pre- and post-discharged patients without any additional equipment required. Patient data is automatically transmitted directly into their existing health record and are available to their provider immediately, all from the comfort and safety of their home. Telli Health's Cellular SpO2 pulse oximeter, along with its other RPM devices, are valuable as an alternative to COVID-19 hospital admissions - they help reduce the spread of the virus and help free up hospital space for other emergencies, altogether improving healthcare delivery. "The pulse oximeter is the main device used to monitor COVID patients, so I am thrilled that our 4G cellular-connected SpO2 pulse oximeter is now being delivered to providers - Telli Health is responding to that demand. Providers have reported in the past that COVID patients indicated that they were feeling fine, when oxygen saturation levels were quite low. Our cellular-connected SpO2 pulse oximeter will alert providers of a problem and give them ample time to act accordingly. Our pulse oximeter is also significantly advantageous for its ease of use and low power requirements. This revolutionary technology will allow patients to remain at their hospital-in-home to recover in a familiar place in lieu of a traditional hospital room." Telli Health Director of Product Support Alvaro Salgado Telli Health devices use SIM technology that connects to all major carriers including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile/ Sprint, providing a solution to patients in the most rural and remote areas, improving accessibility and allowing more patients to be reached. About Telli Health Telli Health is the industry leader in medical IoT devices. Removing barriers and making medical devices easier to use and more accurate is Telli Health's number one priority. Telli Health is proud to partner with the best network providers across the globe to deliver fast and reliable coverage for the best user experience possible, no matter the location.

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Telehealth innovators join Equum Medical as it looks to broaden adoption of virtual care across the patient continuum

Equum Medical | February 01, 2022

EquumMedical, a leading provider of acute care telehealth solutions, today announced strategic executive leadership hires to support its growing portfolio of clinical services that will help meet staffing and capacity challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding from the Heritage Grouphas enabled EQUUM to further enhance its service model and broaden the reach of its experienced team of clinicians acrossthe United Statesand beyond as the company executes its strategic vision of telehealth as a more prominent and permanent feature of the future healthcare delivery system. "We are designing a company that anticipates the digitization of healthcare and through it the broader adoption of virtual care across the patient continuum. Through this tenured leadership team, Equum Medical is uniquely positioned to deliver on the full promise of acute telehealth." Equum Founder and CEO Dr.Corey Scurlock, MD, MBA Throughout the COVID pandemic Equum has supported hospitals large and small, urban and rural by connecting them via technology with highly trained specialists. Now it is building on this foundation by integrating new telehealth-enabled clinical services that can connect care from the emergency department to discharge with point of care teams supported continuously via virtual care. Equum Medical's portfolio of clinical solutions is aimed at reducing bottlenecks that impact cost, quality and access for health systems and optimizing patient flow. Services now include: Tele-Critical care, with episodic to round-the-clock coverage of ICUs, EDs and beyond Patient transfer and hospital flow optimization to level bed utilization and keep patients within their communities Virtual nursing through RNs who support other providers in clinical problem-solving to meet needs resulting from the shortage in nursing and rising costs of travel nurses Telehealth enabled observation and sitting to decrease adverse events at the bedside and reduce costs Telehealth consulting, to help health systems clear away legacy systems and devise sustainable strategies for virtual care maturity "Our customers wanted a single strategic partner for virtual care delivery, and I believe we have delivered a scalable model that demonstrates our differentiated offering," Scurlock said. "We are proud to announce that this vision will be fulfilled by a dream team of experienced telehealth leaders from across the industry." About Equum Medical For over 10 years, Equum Medical has provided board-certified critical care physicians delivering acute care telehealth to address the challenges hospitals and health systems face when trying to fill gaps in coverage. Equum Medical's flexible, customized approach helps clients improve the lives of on-site clinicians, extending patient care in specialty areas and offering program leadership. By adapting to each client's technology platform and ensuring quality of care is delivered through proven data-driven change management methodologies, Equum Medical enables hospitals and health systems to enhance care and serve more patients, while delivering a positive clinical, operational and financial impact.

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MedVision, Inc. Acquires Complete Health Systems, LC

MedVision, Inc. | January 07, 2022

MedVision, Inc. (MedVision), a leading provider of value-based healthcare business applications for delegated risk entities today announced its acquisition of Complete Health Systems, LC (CHS), a long-time leader in the Self-Insured and Third-Party Administrator arena. In tandem, the companies create a more advanced, comprehensive, and seamless approach in automation of the many departmental processes of health plan and benefit administration-oriented organizations. In addition to serving the Self-Insured and TPA sectors of healthcare, the combined companies address the needs of many Risk-Based Models that include Health Plans, Independent Physician Associations, Physician-Hospital Organizations, Integrated Delivery Networks and of CMS' Advanced Payment Models including Direct Contract Entities. "This acquisition infuses MedVision with a broader based expertise within the business segments where CHS has historically played a role and vice versa," said Albert B. Sosa, Chief Executive Officer of MedVision, Inc. "Much of each firm's core product competencies will together create an unmatched approach in efficient, cost-effective solutions geared to virtually any healthcare administrative environment." "Since 1991, CHS has been providing their technology platform to administrators of self-funded health plans, both large and small. MedVision, through its acquisition of CHS, provides CHS with access to their resources, including the capabilities of their over 1,100 strong worldwide talent pool. We are excited to leverage these synergies with MedVision to deliver even greater value to our current and future clients, especially in the existing environment of evolving marketplace requirements." Chacko Kurian, President of CHS Today MedVision provides advanced solutions to virtually every type of delegated risk model of healthcare delivery organizations. MedVision's platform has pioneered supporting structures from fee-for-service through value-based capitation arrangements across organizations. An integral part of the Meditab Group of Companies (MGoC), MedVision and it's affiliated firms address the technology oriented solution needs for providers, payers, employers and members across all lines of business. About MedVision, Inc. Since inception in 1994, MedVision has created sophisticated and multifunctional application healthcare solutions that are designed to handle diverse operational structures—managing complete end-to-end workflow for delegated Risk-Based Organizations (RBOs). Designed to manage all core lines of business including Medicare, Medicaid/Medi-Cal, and commercial plans within business structures such as IPAs, MSOs, PHOs, TPAs, ACOs, FQHCs, plans and other Specialty Carve-Out networks. About Complete Health Systems, LC Since 1991, Complete Health Systems, LC, "CHS", has provided information technology and health plan technology solutions for Health Plan Benefit Administrators. Today CHS has nationwide clients and a reputation for providing a comprehensive solution for Third Party Administrators who administer self-insured; Medical, Dental, Vision, and Disability plans, Taft-Hartley Plans, Association Plans and Self-insured plans administered by Employers.

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Telli Health Delivers World's First 4G Cellular-Connected SPO2 Pulse Oximeter for COVID-19 Patients

Telli Health | December 21, 2021

Telli Health today announced the delivery of the first FDA certified and approved 4G cellular-connected SpO2 pulse oximeter, addressing the unprecedented demand seen during the pandemic for remote patient monitoring (RPM) devices, particularly SpO2 pulse oximeter, to track COVID-19 patients. The pulse oximeter rounds out Telli Health's complete 4G package to measure and detect common physiological parameters. These devices also include a touchless thermometer, blood pressure monitor, blood glucometer, and weight scale, and serve as a complete COVID-19 kit to monitor pre- and post-discharged patients without any additional equipment required. Patient data is automatically transmitted directly into their existing health record and are available to their provider immediately, all from the comfort and safety of their home. Telli Health's Cellular SpO2 pulse oximeter, along with its other RPM devices, are valuable as an alternative to COVID-19 hospital admissions - they help reduce the spread of the virus and help free up hospital space for other emergencies, altogether improving healthcare delivery. "The pulse oximeter is the main device used to monitor COVID patients, so I am thrilled that our 4G cellular-connected SpO2 pulse oximeter is now being delivered to providers - Telli Health is responding to that demand. Providers have reported in the past that COVID patients indicated that they were feeling fine, when oxygen saturation levels were quite low. Our cellular-connected SpO2 pulse oximeter will alert providers of a problem and give them ample time to act accordingly. Our pulse oximeter is also significantly advantageous for its ease of use and low power requirements. This revolutionary technology will allow patients to remain at their hospital-in-home to recover in a familiar place in lieu of a traditional hospital room." Telli Health Director of Product Support Alvaro Salgado Telli Health devices use SIM technology that connects to all major carriers including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile/ Sprint, providing a solution to patients in the most rural and remote areas, improving accessibility and allowing more patients to be reached. About Telli Health Telli Health is the industry leader in medical IoT devices. Removing barriers and making medical devices easier to use and more accurate is Telli Health's number one priority. Telli Health is proud to partner with the best network providers across the globe to deliver fast and reliable coverage for the best user experience possible, no matter the location.

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