What’s in your medicine cabinet?
Health care professionals are increasingly using technology to monitor their patients, especially those with medical conditions that are considered complicated, such as heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes.
But what are the guidelines for doing so?
The goal is to monitor your patient’s health and make sure they are well and safe.
The goal isn’t to diagnose or treat the condition itself.
Instead, it is to help manage the underlying cause and to prevent it from becoming worse.
This can be challenging in the healthcare field, especially for people who have experienced multiple sclerosis (MS), but the benefits are substantial.
The Mayo Clinic Health Services team has compiled an updated list of the top 10 health care tools used to monitor patients, to help you manage your patients better and manage the risks and consequences of health conditions.
In fact, it includes a lot of tools that help you stay up to date on your patients, such in-person and mobile health monitoring.
We also highlight tools that can be helpful to your family or friends.
If you want to learn more about these tools and the research they are based on, read on.