ArioTech, a mobile health management solution provider, and UMass Memorial Medical Center have been collaborating on a remote patient monitoring initiative to improve clinical outcomes in patients with heart failure (HF).
ArioTech’s remote patient monitoring system, the mobile Medical Digital Assistant (mMDA), is a telehealth technology platform providing a simple-to-use interface for patients and care providers.
The mMDA system, which includes a handheld mobile device and an interoperable web-based portal, uses broadband connectivity to conveniently and cost-effectively augment disease management efforts.
ArioTech founder and president Andy Saffarian said UMass Memorial Medical Center’s worldwide recognized clinical expertise complements ArioTech’s innovative technology solution to open new frontiers bringing quality healthcare to all patient populations including Heart Failure.
"Our mMDA remote patient monitoring platform enables a shift toward a more accountable care model putting patients’ health at the center," Saffarian said.