ManageMyHealth adds PROMs functionality to telemedicine platform

Clinical software vendor ManageMyHealth is renewing its push into the hospital sector with its integrated telemedicine solution, adding patient reported outcomes measurement (PROMs) functionality to the portal to hospitals reduce outpatient waiting times and no shows by enabling virtual clinics.

The functionality was initially designed for a clinical trial ManageMyHealth conducted with Victoria's Peninsula Health, Curtin University and the CSIRO to manage patients with chronic heart failure to prevent unnecessary re-admissions. It has since been used for virtual arrhythmia clinic appointments delivered through a mobile device for follow-up of patients after catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation (AF).

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Telehealth, Medtech Global, ManageMyHealth, Peninsula Health , COVID-19

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0 # Anton Cush 2020-05-29 17:02
PROMS and other concepts like Therapeutic Alliance Scores all help move clinicians towards telehealth. The video platform market is so fragmented now with each booking platform having long term plans of building their own (some using off-the-shelf at the moment) as well as PMSs following suit, confusion at the clinical level is apparent. It also doesn't help to have gov encouraging telephone as the prime mover at press conferences.

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