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CENSON® Remote Patient Monitoring supports health monitoring of single or multiple long-term conditions including: COPD CENSON® can be used effectively in the management of numerous long-term conditions, and has proven successful in helping patients with COPD. Many COPD patients lead lives shrouded in anxiety and worry. They feel anxious when they have difficulty breathing, and they worry about getting pneumonia and having to be hospitalized – again. Family members of… Read More »Health Conditions Telehealth Monitored
censonRX lab services allow your Home Health Care agency to provide additional patient care services, without adding cost. Results include additional revenue and positive clinical outcomes for the patients you serve. Customized services cater to Home Health Care agencies, and part of our service, we offer our clients 24/7 support.Our remote lab service reduces line item costs associated with reviewing, clarifying, and entering medication orders up to 40 percent. As… Read More »Lab Services for Home Health Care and Long Term Living Facilities
Complicated dosing schedules, costly refills, and unwanted side effects are some of the reasons many patients don’t take prescriptions as prescribed. Fortunately, multi dose packaging services can help. By filling, organizing, and shipping medications in single-dose packs, multi dose packaging services can help patients remember to take their medication, lower their out-of-pocket costs, and reduce the number of trips they take to the pharmacy. How Does Multi dose Packaging Work?… Read More »Multi-dose Packaging Options Enhance Patient Care
Let us show you how to: Achieve much higher staff / resident safety in a COVID-19 world through: Cost-free remote patient monitoring and virtual care Proactive healthcare through analysis of staff/resident vitals 24/7 access to state licensed MDs and RN’s
Managed Care ACO clinicians can provide remote patient monitoring, telehealth, and virtual care services to patients with acute and chronic conditions and for patients with only one disease.
As public demand grows for limited supplies of COVID-19 vaccines, questions remain about the vaccines’ appropriateness for older adults with various illnesses.