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Supporting Care Teams Through Omicron with Steth IO

With 75.3M cases of COVID-19 as of February 1st, providers across the country are facing added difficulties in space, staffing, and triage as they struggle to adapt to the surges in infection caused by the Omicron variant. Implementing solutions that address these challenges is not only important to ensuring continuity of patient care, but to reducing long-term care team burnout. The difficulties faced as a result of Omicron Since the start of the pandemic in February of 2020, 18 percent

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STETH IO and Webex by Cisco announce Embedded App Partnership

Steth IO, founded in 2015, and dedicated to developing the technology which brings medicine into the digital, connected age, is pleased to announce it is now an embedded app available directly within Webex. The Steth IO telemedicine system provides next-generation telemedicine capabilities—resolving gaps in assessment presented by traditional telemedicine platforms via a hybrid audio-visual examination platform and connected device that captures heart and lung sounds. With these augmented telemedicine capacities, Steth IO empowers telemedicine providers to offer greater accuracy and

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Changes to telemedicine regulations, and their role moving forward

What COVID-19 regulations have lead to the progression of the telemedicine movement, and how we can ensure that telehealth continues to grow The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a complete disruption of our healthcare system. As infection risk grew, news reports of hospitals unable to accommodate the growing number of COVID patients were widespread. In reality, the very early days of the pandemic looked different. According to a study published by the National Syndromic Surveillance Program, ED visits in March and

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Steth IO to be featured on FOX Business Network

Check out our segment airing Sunday, September 12, 2021 at 5:30pm EST on FOX Business Network as sponsored content. FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. Headquartered in New York-the business capital of the world-FBN launched in October 2007 and is now available in more than 60 million homes in major markets across the United States.

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Steth IO Showcased in Success Magazine

Our CEO and co-founder Mahesh Mulumudi sits down with Kathy Ireland of Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® to discuss Steth IO’s innovative technology and demonstrate why Steth IO is a leader in the next generation of telemedicine. Check out the entire segment here!

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Mastering the continuous care model with telemedicine

How Telaspot by Steth IO is creating scalable, continuous care solutions that work for small practices and large health systems alike The COVID-19 pandemic provided the motivation for rapid adoption of telehealth and remote patient monitoring across the U.S., but the utility of such digital health solutions extends beyond the pandemic—with 65 percent of providers agreeing that telehealth will remain just as or more important following the pandemic.  Why? Done right, telemedicine can offer an all-in-one solution designed to improve

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The future of affordable healthcare lies in the scalability of next-generation telemedicine

Healthcare costs in the US have steadily risen for decades, accounting for $3.8 trillion or 17.7 percent of the country’s GDP. Because of this, one in five Americans skip or have skipped needed healthcare due to cost concerns—leading to a need for cost intervention. With certain changes, telemedicine platforms can help reduce healthcare costs at a scalable level to accomplish significant cost savings for payers, providers, and patients alike. The challenges with our current high-cost, low efficacy telemedicine system Today’s

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Restoring patient and physician trust in telehealth

3 things that need to happen if telehealth will remain a viable healthcare option post-pandemic—and why they need to Mahesh Mulumudi, MD Carmen was a 48-year-old mother of three with diagnosed type 2 diabetes. A single mother, she was working extra shifts to help her youngest attend the nearby state college when she started experiencing shortness of breath and heart palpitations. Concerned about missing work, Carmen had opted for a virtual doctor’s visit—explaining her symptoms quickly during a ten-minute break

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