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FDA Clearance for Current Health Remote Patient Monitoring

Since we first started Current Health, we’ve been singularly focused on our mission of identifying illness and high-risk patients earlier. At heart, we believe that helping healthcare providers to...

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Dartford & Gravesham NHS

With Dartford & Gravesham NHS, we showed a 22% reduction in home visits, 92% patient adherence and a decrease in length of stay and readmissions.

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CMS Reimbursement for Remote Patient Monitoring

Up till now, reimbursement has been a key barrier in the successful, widespread adoption of remote patient monitoring (RPM). However, that has quickly changed over the last 18 months. In 2018, CMS unbundled...

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Join us at The Digital Healthcare Show 2019

The Digital Healthcare Show is home to the most innovative sourcing floor in the UK where visitors can find game-changing solutions. Find us at booth J56 to see our telehealth solution in action and learn...

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Current Health and Patients Know Best Partner to Provide Unprecedented Visibility of Patient Health

Current Health and Patients Know Best (PKB) today announced an integrated solution that lets clinicians and care teams monitor vital signs and health information in real-time. The joint solution from...

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The Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI

In southeast England, patients discharged from a group of hospitals serving 500,000 people are being fitted with a Wi-Fi-enabled armband that remotely monitors vital signs such as respiratory rate, oxygen...

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A response to the FDA’s new artificial intelligence proposals

In April, the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) published a request for comments on new proposals for the regulation of medical devices which employ artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning...

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CMS Reimbursement for Remote Patient Monitoring

Up till now, reimbursement has been a key barrier in the successful, widespread adoption of remote patient monitoring (RPM). However, that has quickly changed over the last 18 months. In 2018, CMS unbundled...

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A machine learning device, meant to monitor the chronically ill, moves into homes

“A wearable device that uses machine learning to remotely track and analyze multiple vital signs has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, expanding the scope of home monitoring systems...

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FAQs

Yes, we have class II 510(k) clearance for use in the home and in professional healthcare facilities, including the hospital.

Yes. CMS released three new codes for remote patient monitoring in 2019. Health plans and Medicaid are now following suit. There are also additional options for reimbursement under chronic care management codes. You can read more here.

Yes, we have class IIa CE marking for use in the home and in professional healthcare facilities, including the hospital.

Yes. We are fully HIPAA-compliant. We can provide a SOC II report. We use the latest enterprise security and have completed the information security review process with multiple major health systems. Each of these has judged Current Health as low risk.

Our wearable monitors pulse rate, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, skin temperature, and mobility. We wirelessly integrate with a range of other devices to monitor systolic & diastolic blood pressure, weight, glucose, core temperature, and spirometry.

Yes. Our alerting engine generates alerts based on what is normal for that specific patient across all of the data we collect on them. This includes their vital signs and symptoms reported via our chatbot. Our platform allows advanced routing and escalation to the right member of the care team at the right time.

Yes. We have both HL7 and FHIR interfaces, designed in conjunction with leading EMR vendors. We have completed multiple integrations.

Yes. Our tablet connects the patient to their care team through video visits and secure text messaging. Our chatbot gathers symptoms based on over 100 predefined patient pathways, while we also deliver interactive educational content and medication reminders.

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