In the months since then vendors are beginning to recognize that they’ve got a good thing going here. By having patients collect their own data at home, mixing it with EHR data and using AI to analyze it, you’re looking at a new and potentially more effective remote monitoring system.

These trends have come together on some commercial platforms which manage care at home on a more comprehensive basis. One recent deal is Geisinger’s adoption of a new platform designed to manage chronic diseases like diabetes, heart failure and hypertension.

The platform, called ConnectedCare365, was created by a vendor named Noteworth. According to the vendor, the platform brings together consumer collected data with EHR records, then analyzes the data with AI tools to identify ways to improve patient outcomes.

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