The PK+ Telehealth Suite™, an integrated digital application that provide healthcare providers & their patients with advanced, convenient, and secure access to a wide range of telehealth services, as well as virtual pharmacy order processing, tracking and patient remote monitoring using AI technology for early detection and intervention.
Integrate patients’ services with a unique and innovative approach; offering convenient Services and at-home remote monitoring to reduce the chance of readmission.
Fast in-store/remote ordering (even if you can’t read your prescription).
24 Hours service to shop at your own convenience.
Choice of free delivery to your doorstep or pick-up from the store.
– No more waiting for the pharmacy to open for business, nor standing in line once they’re in the store.
An algorithm developed using artificial intelligence could help doctors to diagnose heart attacks in women more accurately and quicker than ever before, according to research we fund and being presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Barcelona.
Healthcare providers can provide more personalized medication with the help of digital technologies. According to a report by Beyond Intervention commissioned by Abbott, telemedicine can improve provider, administrator and patient experience. Read more…
As a bill that would expand Medicare coverage for telehealth services makes its way through the U.S. Senate, a new study of people with advanced cancer suggests the practice could improve the lives of patients. Read more
While evaluating consumer adoption of digital health in 2021, researchers from Rock Health found that certain populations, such as Medicaid members and LGBQA+ individuals, are using tools like live video telemedicine and wearables at higher rates than their counterparts.
Remote patient monitoring using novel technology may make it possible for rheumatologists to choose the “right drug right out of the gate,” according to data presented at the Congress of Clinical Rheumatology East. Read more
A Colorado health system is testing the feasibility of remote patient monitoring for the early detection of febrile neutropenia, a common, life-threatening complication of cancer therapy that is typically treated as an oncologic emergency. Read more