Shift work is common in the health care professions, but that doesn’t make it healthy. Working nights is associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes….
Genetics and lifestyle obviously have a major impact on a person’s health. But even more important are the conditions of the environment in which the person is born, lives, plays, learns, work and ages.
Better patient engagement creates more trust between patients and their health care providers. This trust is a key factor for an effective patient provider communication.
Recently, we have been witnessing a swift rise in outpatient care services. Outpatient care has become quite effective due to modern medical expertise.
Lifecycle Health is focusing to bring together Telehealth, value based care, patient engagement techniques, value based healthcare model to manage patient care continuum, continuum of care with patient management software.
Finally, the largest payer in the U.S, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), has acknowledged that remote patient monitoring (RPM) plays a major role in the future of healthcare delivery.
The conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age are known as their social determinants of health.