Telemedicine is the use of telecommunications technology and information technologies to provide remote clinical services to patients. Physicians use telemedicine for the transmission of digital imaging, video consultations, and remote medical diagnosis.

Today the telemedicine field is changing faster than ever before. As technology advances at exponential levels, so does the widespread affordability and accessibility to basic telemedicine tools. For example, not only do we now have the technology for live video telemedicine, but much of the U.S. population has experience using online videochat apps (like Skype or Facetime), and access to a computer or mobile device to use them.

Telemedicine was originally created as a way to treat patients who were located in remote places, far away from local health facilities or in areas of with shortages of medical professionals. IPX has deployed telemedicine in Africa, to solve many of the needs to update and support these remote locations.

While telemedicine is still used today to address these problems, it’s increasingly becoming a tool for convenient medical care. Today’s connected patient wants to waste less time in the waiting room at the doctor, and get immediate care for minor but urgent conditions when they need it.

Also impacting the rise of telemedicine today is the growing mobile health field. With the wide variety of mobile health apps and new mobile medical devices that are consumer-friendly, patients are starting to use technology to monitor and track their health. Simple home-use medical devices that can take vitals and diagnose ear infections, monitor glucose levels, or measure blood pressure let patients gather needed medical information for a doctor’s diagnosis, without going into the doctor’s office. And again, as more patients get proactive about using technology to manage their health, they also will be more open to alternative ways to get care – through telemedicine!

For Telemedicine you will need a secure internet connection, a video platform, access to medical teams, and technology support. … Most basic to a telemedicine practice is a secure broadband internet connection. The amount and speed of the internet connection will determine the video quality and amount and speed of data transfer.

IPX represents one of the first telemedicine programs in existence, developed based on NASA requirements, and solutions date back to the 1990’s. Working with telemedicine, IPX offers the premier group of experienced professionals in telemedicine program development and implementation. We help organizations develop the right telemedicine business models and delivery systems. We provide medical services to patients or clinics by telemedicine, and provide telemedicine goods, services, and expertise to health care organizations. Our partners, have built and run advanced medicine programs in environments as challenging as prison systems and off-shore energy.

IPX can supply the Total Telemedicine Solution

For Remote Hospitals and Clinics

  • Remote Patient Workstations
  • Doctor’s Hub Workstations
  • Wide Area networks
  • Local Area Networks
  • HIPPA Security

Advanced Medicine and Telemedicine for the Home

  • Biosensors automatically and continuously measure, records, and transmits vital signs data to clinical
  • information systems
  • Wearable ECG Monitors-AFIB Detection & The Ability to measure electrocardiograms,
  • Sleep Tracking
  • Blood pressure Monitor with EKG
  • Blood Glucose Monitoring System
  • Alert Systems
  • Medication Management
  • Biosensor device allowing better monitoring of cardiovascular diseases & thromboembolic disorders

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