Recognised by Gartner’s 2020 Market Guide for Virtual Care Solutions, Philips Virtual Care Centres are a leading example of how virtual care programs can deliver measurable outcomes. In Virtual Care Centres across the world, Philips has leveraged its monitoring, machine learning and advanced analytics programming to turn disparate data into actionable insights that enable clinical decision and improve patient outcomes including:
- 26% reduction in patient mortality
- 30% reduction in length of stay
- 15% of patients be discharged home faster
From point-of-care devices to solutions that integrate with existing systems and workflows, Teladoc Health enables hospitals and health systems to extend their organization’s reach and impact across the entire care continuum. Teladoc Health’s virtual care platform and solutions extend the reach of clinicians to more care sites and enhance hospitals’ and health systems’ impact on health and satisfaction outcomes.
As of September 2021, the combined Philips and Teladoc Health solutions are being offered to public and private health networks across Australia and New Zealand.
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