There’s a lot of pressure and worry in the health care field right now. Especially for hospice providers. But they’re looking to pump up their efforts with technology to give patients the best care possible at the end of their lives.
Laura Templeton, big shot at Compassus, says using artificial intelligence and remote patient monitoring can help make things more efficient. And that’s good news for patients – means better quality for them. Templeton spilled the beans at the Aging Media Network CONTINUUM Conference in Washington, D.C.
She said, “Thinking about the future as we advance health care, we’ve created efficiencies for our nurses, chaplains, social workers and therapists. There’s a human element to it and a patient-centered care element to it that helps advance health care overall. We can help create efficiencies and overall enhance the patient experience.”
Compassus isn’t messing around with technology. They want to use AI tools to figure out what’s causing problems in their system. And they’ve got this fancy tool called the Journey Program to show them what’s working and what isn’t.
Jordan Holland, another gun at Compassus, says that patients are cool with using technology, so they’re all for it. Plus, it’s getting cheaper to use, which is pretty sweet.