online disease management

online disease management

e-disease management, internet disease management Cybermedicine An evolving format for managing disease at a distance in which primary care providers are informed regularly by their Pts who self monitor their own weight, BP, cholesterol and other parameters
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Working together with CBS Outernet, Lifeclinic is introducing digitally connected "health stations" to selected pharmacies nationwide, providing customers with a wide range of routine tests (such as blood pressure, cholesterol, pulse and weight measurements), centralized Web-enabled storage of test results, educational content and online disease management programs.
This discussion of the key trends on online disease management captures the thinking of four of the country's leading experts on the subject as transcribed during an exclusive audio conference sponsored by the MCIC's eHealthcare Market Reporter.
Identify how pharma companies can work with physicians to reach consumers who would benefit from online disease management and compliance programs
In addition, it has been implemented as the online disease management intervention for all our Medicare members that qualify for our Medication Therapy Management Program.
Figure 21: Surveyed physicians are most interested in using online disease management and compliance tools that are solely patient-focused 28
Online disease management and risk assessment tools, health calendars, fitness tips, and multimedia resources.
Physicians in the US and Western Europe feel that low levels of awareness among healthcare professionals and patients are the primary factor restricting the use of online disease management and online compliance programs by healthcare professionals.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- RelayHealth Corporation, the nation's premier provider of health plan-reimbursed online doctor-patient communication services, today announced that Medical Network One will license the RelayHealth service to provide e-prescribing and online disease management programs for its nearly 50,000-member patient population.
It provides connectivity to online disease management and cost comparison tools, pharmacy benefit managers and multiple financial institutions.
com/ ), key features that prove desirable in online disease management programs include:
Employees will have access to a wealth of interactive wellness content and tools including articles, resource finders, online disease management and risk assessment tools, health calendars, fitness tips, and multimedia resources.
Strategic Uses include: -- Segmenting consumers across various health media channels and market sectors -- Evaluating potential ROI of existing and new electronic products and services -- Assessing efficacy of current and future marketing tactics (including vendor evaluations) -- Understanding the actions taken by consumers before and after Internet use -- Understanding the actions taken by consumers before and after DTC advertising exposure -- Revealing opportunities in online disease management and the role of "e" in drug adherence -- Understanding the role and influence of caregivers (and health information seekers) -- Measuring traditional and online media consumption and impact -- Identifying consumer barriers to seeking health information, products and services

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