Magnolia Regional Health Center Partners with AMC Health in Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) | news

NEW YORK, Aug. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — AMC Health, the leader in remote patient monitoring (RPM) and virtual care services, is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the Magnolia Regional Health Center (MRHC). .

“After an extensive search and review of many potential solution providers, AMC Health was selected for their experience and the flexibility of their solution offering,” said Brian Davis, MRHC’s chief information officer. “We have taken a lot of time and care to find the right partner for our RPM needs – and AMC Health’s 20+ years of leadership in the RPM space, as well as the inherent flexibility of their platform to not only meet our needs as a community health System requirements, but also the diverse needs of our patient community, made AMC Health the right choice for MRHC.”

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) will be the initial focus of MRHC’s RPM program with the goal of expanding its remote care initiatives to support patients with other chronic conditions such as COPD, diabetes and hypertension. AMC Health offers a wide range of chronic and acute conditions that can be monitored with RPM, leveraging an FDA Class II cleared platform with advanced analytics and machine learning technology and 20 years of RPM experience.

MRHC’s RPM program will support CHF patients through a combination of monitoring and education using Bluetooth devices, as well as patient engagement and educational tools. AMC Health’s CHF RPM program works in concert with MRHC’s existing treatment plans to improve patient care and access to care, reduce costly readmissions, improve outcomes, influence healthy behaviors, and encourage self-management.

“We believe that the ability to remotely monitor and engage patients in their care will be fundamental to our evolving model of care, and we are excited to be working with AMC Health to achieve that goal,” commented Ben Long, MD (Hospitalist & Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Magnolia Regional Health Center).

MHRC Care Navigators will manage their CHF patients through the AMC Health CareConsole platform, which will enable Care Navigators and providers to provide early interventions and better care to their patients.

“We are excited to partner with Magnolia Regional Health Center in this agreement to leverage RPM and apply predictive analytics and risk stratification to identify higher-risk patients and enable life-saving clinical interventions,” said Nesim, CEO of AMC Health picture irici. “Prior interventions, as well as addressing social determinants of health, will have a tremendous impact not only on improving clinical outcomes, but also on the quality of life of these patients.”

About AMC Health:

Founded in 2002, AMC Health’s suite of solutions for Virtual Care and Remote Patient Monitoring leverages a superior analytics platform and simple user interface that easily integrates into clinical workflows. AMC Health’s advanced, analytics-driven, real-time, virtual care solutions have delivered outstanding and measurable outcomes to hundreds of thousands of patients across the healthcare continuum, including payers, provider systems and government agencies.

Its FDA Class II approved clinical decision support platform is combined with end-to-end clinical and supportive RPM services that enable healthcare organizations to extend their services beyond the four walls of hospitals and outpatient clinics with confidence.

AMC Health’s unparalleled collection of peer-reviewed, published studies highlights clinical improvements for conditions such as heart failure, diabetes and hypertension, resulting in reductions in hospital admissions and significant financial returns. Visit www.amchealth.com for more information.

About Magnolia Regional Health Center:

The MRHC is a 200-bed community acute care hospital jointly owned by the City of Corinth and Alcorn County, Mississippi. The hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission and has been in existence since 1965. During that time, MRHC has grown to become the largest employer in Alcorn County.

Media contacts:

Mari Mescolotto

marketing chief

AMC Health

[email protected]

Betty Grothe

Director of Marketing and Strategic Planning

Magnolia Regional Health Center

[email protected]

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