Irrigation costs and prices are rising around the world as water becomes an ever more valuable resource. This reality has given rise to the practice “smart irrigation,” enabling more precise and efficient use of water and energy, and offering the option for water conservancy and reduction of operating costs for farming, industrial, commercial and...Read More»
Patient compliance has always been a hot topic in the healthcare industry - for payors, providers and patients alike. Recent government requirements are incentivizing better patient outcomes through improved engagement with their own health and improved satisfaction with their provider.
In addition to a healthier population, it’s been proven that...Read More»
Selecting a machine-to-machine (M2M) service provider for your remote patient monitoring program is a critical, complex task. Follow this list of six essential things to consider before choosing your provider:Read More»
News that Larry Ellison was stepping down as CEO of Oracle sparked an examination of the future of the database company in The Wall Street Journal, and Aeris’ Drew Johnson provided some expert insight for the story last week.
The article, “Once Again, Oracle Must Reinvent Itself,” asked whether Oracle, long the gold standard in the database...Read More»
The annual CTIA Super Mobility Week conference in Las Vegas never fails to attract cutting-edge technology from around the world. At the show last week, Aeris played its part in advancing innovation, hosting a competition that highlighted the latest advances in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications.
The Aeris Customers’ Choice Award gave...Read More»
For anyone as old as I am, the adding of AAS to a series of letters to indicate “As A Service” feels like a blast from the past. In effect, time sharing has returned in the form of the cloud.
Now in many cases the constant goal of distinguishing yourself from all the other companies that use the word “cloud” or “platform” can be forgiven. But in...Read More»
SIM stands for Subscriber Identity Module or Subscriber Identification Module. An integrated circuit, it contains the International Mobile Subscriber Identity...Read More»
Today, healthcare is all about curtailing the overuse and misuse of healthcare services, which in turn minimizes costs. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) has assisted in making this possible. RPM is a technology used to monitor patients’ health remotely, when they are not in their physician’s immediate care. By passively or actively collecting data...Read More»
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is proving to be beneficial to both healthcare providers and the millions of people who live with chronic disease. As machine-to-machine (M2M) technology grows, more providers can collect data from patients wirelessly in real time than ever before, leading to improved clinical outcomes and lower costs.Read More»
With advanced technology making its way into the healthcare industry, the use of remote patient monitoring (RPM) continues to grow rapidly. RPM is being used around the world to monitor and help treat chronic health conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. As the aging population increases in numbers, the prevalence of these...Read More»
The Mistake Remote Patient Monitoring Device Managers Make When Considering an M2M Solution Provider
The use of remote patient monitoring (RPM) continues to increase rapidly around the world to monitor and help treat chronic health conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. RPM allows for consistent monitoring, outside of a healthcare facility, for almost all patients.
However, one of the biggest mistakes RPM device managers make...Read More»
Aeris gave its partners the opportunity to showcase their innovations by offering the Aeris Customer Choice Award at the show. Partners nominated a select...Read More»
As the number of hospital visits and readmissions increases, it is becoming increasingly important for healthcare providers to monitor their patients remotely. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) devices capture patients’ data, such as heart rate or blood glucose levels, which can then be relayed to an application where it is analyzed and used by...Read More»