DUBLIN – Medtronic has launched new telehealth solutions to support its national contract awarded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for home telehealth devices and services. The expanded suite of telehealth solutions includes patient engagement platforms and a library of disease management protocols designed to meet complex patient care needs. “Our expanded offering is designed to provide more patient choice and flexibility to better meet individual health needs,” said Sheri Dodd, vice president and general manager of MCMS, in a statement. The portfolio of solutions was designed to serve complex, chronic, co-morbid patients and includes multiple, integrated diagnostic devices to help meet differing clinical needs and comfort levels with technology. Patients interact with the service in their homes via a daily health check, which offers condition education and clinical question sets that adapt based on patient responses. The Medtronic Care Management Services business has partnered with the VA since 2011, serving more than 310,000 veterans.
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