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Webinar

The Rise of Telemedicine

Join TE Connectivity on March 9, 2021 to learn about telemedicine technologies and the sensors that enable them.

WEBINAR: The Rise of Telemedicine

Advancing Real-time and Remote Patient Monitoring Healthcare Technologies with Sensors March 9, 2021 | 11AM EST

With the ongoing growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected technologies, startups, Fortune 500 companies, insurance companies and medical providers have been looking at new products and devices that could revolutionize medical care and streamline costs by reducing hospital readmission rates, and allowing patients in remote areas to get the care they need. Telemedicine technology has been a focus for the medical industry for several years. Though due to recent safety concerns and the associated restrictions related to global pandemic preparedness, telemedicine has become an even greater focus for healthcare facilities and all related stakeholders. The collection and measurement of accurate data is essential to the technology needed for telehealth. Therefore, telemedicine sensors play a very key role in the growth of the medical internet of things and the patient benefits which it delivers. 

 

Telemedicine is often thought of as video appointments allowing patients to speak to their doctors and physicians virtually from the comfort of their home. With the support of telemedicine sensors, remote patient monitoring technologies are advancing to become more robust to include multiple platforms in which patients can be monitored by healthcare professionals in real-time. As technology evolves, the IoT is redefining how apps, devices and people interact and connect with one another to deliver healthcare solutions. This helps reduce costs, improve outcomes, and manage diseases, and enhance patient experiences. Learn more about the rise of telemedicine by registering for TE Connectivity’s webinar.

  1. The Rise of Telemedicine (English)

Telemedicine has been a focus for the medical industry for several years. With the ongoing growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected technologies, there has been a surge in development of new products and devices that could revolutionize medical care and streamline costs by reducing hospital readmission rates, and allowing patients in remote areas to get the care they need. Watch this webinar to learn how Telemedicine technology has been evolving, and how sensors play a key role.