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Rudolf Riester GmbH | January 29, 2024
Rudolf Riester GmbH, a global leader in medical technology, proudly announces the full market launch of its comprehensive Telemedicine offering. Already in active use across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, the solution from the trusted Riester brand delivers industry-leading quality and versatility through integration of a broad range of medical devices to meet the needs of diverse user scenarios.
"Since its founding 75 years ago, Riester has been a pioneer in providin...
Managed Healthcare Executive | February 11, 2020
Industry experts expect significant changes to shake up the healthcare landscape in the next few years, which will affect both health insurers and providers. Many are the result of a shift toward value-based care, a move toward decreased care in hospital settings, technological advances, and other forces. Here’s a look at what can payers and providers can expect to occur, why each change is occurring, and how payers and providers can prepare for each change: Healthcare delivery will contin...
Business Insider | March 06, 2020
Ride-hailing titans Uber and Lyft have each launched a suite of new services aimed at addressing social determinants of health (SDOH), according to Forbes. For context, SDOH refers to health-influencing factors outside clinical settings — such as access to transportation — that drive 80% of health outcomes. And as Uber and Lyft continue proving that their services can help reduce transportation and care costs, we expect to see both brands secure more provider and insurer tie-ups. ......
PR Newswire | July 14, 2020
In a time of a pandemic, new innovations solutions to health problems are in need. One group of devices that got more attention as a result are wearable devices. The growing popularity of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices, as well as the rising population of more technologically adept persons is expected to drive the demand. Before the pandemic, wearables for medical purposes were also gaining momentum, in part thanks to concerns of obesity and other chronic diseases. This, in p...
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