Bring Health Home.
Care Innovations® Health Harmony simplifies planning and deploying remote care management by providing intuitive and easy-to-use technology and a device agnostic platform for the clinician, patient, and family caregiver.
Passive Sensors, Active Care
100% Compliance with Low Touch,
Low Cost Care
Built on Care Innovations' robust remote patient management platform, Health Harmony, and our award-winning smart sensor technology, QuietCare®, Health Harmony Home Sensing monitors changes and trends in patients' and residents' activities of daily living (ADLs) that may indicate changes in health.
We are your trusted advisor for remote care management strategies, data collection, smart sensor solutions, and analytics. We connect the care continuum to the home in a way that works best for your unique needs.
Remote Care Managment
We provide the un-paralleled expertise you need to implement effective remote care management. Leverage our years of experience to learn the best technologies to improve care and drive down costs.
Smart Sensor Analytics
As pioneers in collecting, aggregating, and analyzing near real-time patient data from the home, we can help you identify and drive true business intelligence.
We will guide you on how to motivate patients to take more responsibility for their own healthcare at home by applying the most current behavioral sciences combined with the latest technologies to drive engagement.
Population Health Blog
Offering ever-greater levels of interconnectivity and data sharing, along with the operational advantages that go along with them, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become a pervasive force in business. As a means to connect any person with any device in virtually any location, it’s a particularly resonant concept for medicine, with healthcare IoT evolving almost hand-in-hand with remote patient monitoring (RPM) to transform the very concept of care.
After years of study and documentation, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that remote patient monitoring (RPM) is among the most efficient and effective tools available for chronic disease management for older adults — particularly those with diabetes, heart failure, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
A new report published in McKnight's Long Term Care News explores the connection between remote care and skilled nursing facilities, and how the application of the former can contribute to the success of the latter.
At the recently concluded Connected Health Conference in Boston, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai delivered a keynote speech expressing his agency’s dedication to expanding federal funding for key telehealth initiatives, along with a few new proposals for accomplishing them.
Population Health Insights
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