A blueprint of the procedures, unique to each medical specialty, is what sets a strong telemedicine program apart from an unsuccessful attempt. At Rozene, our protocols are developed with efficiency and effectiveness in mind to ensure success.
Properly trained medical and support staff are essential to the success of the telehealth program. We train or staff for medical, administrative and technical positions.
We coordinate the interactive live sessions between multiple healthcare providers in different locations.
The right equipment for the right purpose. State of the art technology is what makes or breaks a successful telehealth system. Specialty equipment is provided as needed to the trained health staff.
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Rozene can help get ahead of a repeat health crisis. Our operation center reduces the chance of 30-day hospital readmissions by providing a centralized location to monitor discharged patients vitals data and alert primary care physicians of adverse trends.
Ideal for patients leaving the hospital with
Congestive Heart Failure
Acute Myocardial Infarction, and
Discharged patients can be monitored using in-home equipment.When you use Rozene Telehealth Home Health Monitoring Operations Center for Hospital 30-day Readmission Intervention, you will:
Drastically reduce hospitalizations within 30 days of release.
Identify adverse health trends and intervene prior to a repeat crisis situation.
Identify early and promptly handle emergency situations in high-risk patients.
Reduce chronic patient re admissions.
Evaluate hospital dismissals.
Rozene will coordinate the external monitoring of care through its Remote Patient Monitoring Operations Center. We will watch physiological parameters and the patient’s condition through the use of in-home equipment.
The hospital, if it so wishes, may provide the equipment of their choice and Rozene will provide the monitoring. Or, Rozene can also provide equipment from one of its partners
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