News | November 23, 2020

Upper East Side Cardiology Launches New Cardiac Rehabilitation Program Using Claris Healthcare's Remote Patient Monitoring Technology

New York cardiologist uses new patient monitoring sensors and software to remotely manage and treat critical heart disease patients at home.

New York And Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) - Upper East Side Cardiology (“UESC”) has announced today that they have launched a new remote patient monitoring program with Claris Healthcare's Claris Continuum technology to provide its patients with the best possible care and treatment at home.

Like many physician practices, UESC is challenged to provide in-person care during the current pandemic. Many patients face serious health consequences when they are unable to see their physicians face-to-face. This is especially true for higher risk cardiac patients with chronic conditions like congestive heart failure (CHF), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), hypertension and other common cardiac related conditions. The all-in-one Claris Continuum Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) system enables UESC to expand their best practices for cardiac care into the home to not only monitor their patients, but more importantly to respond proactively when their patients are trending in the wrong direction. UESC uses Claris Continuum to monitor vitals, communicate with patients, and provide ongoing education and treatment all from the comfort and safety of the patient’s home. In addition, Claris sets itself apart in the market with unique features that help older patients remain socially engaged and connected with family caregivers.

Dr. Satjit Bhusri, UESC Founder and renowned healthcare innovator, said, "Our mission is to provide our patients with the highest quality care and leverage innovative technologies to improve outcomes and grow our best practices. RPM is a natural fit for UESC’s goal to expand our services into our patients’ homes. Claris Continuum has allowed us to quickly and easily deploy the state-of-the-art vital signs monitors to our patients so our physicians get the right information at the right time." Dr. Bhusri continued, "We recognized that deploying remote patient monitoring is one of the biggest decisions we have made since the early days of EMR adoption. Given my experience with similar health technology, we took our time to research the market carefully before we selected Claris Continuum. Our staff felt that the system provided the most intuitive solution for both our patients and staff.”

Geof Auchinleck, CEO of Claris Healthcare said, "Since 2013, we understood the potential to monitor seniors at home to provide safety and independence. With new CMS reimbursement coupled with the COVID pandemic, health professionals have begun to incorporate RPM as a key component to their standard of care.” He continued, “UESC represents the future in how physicians will manage and treat cardiac disease to improve patient outcomes, optimize staff resources, and lower the overall cost of care."

The Claris platform is specifically designed for older patients (65+). The Claris Continuum systems provides varying deployment options depending on patient condition and care plan. Utilizing the latest in Bluetooth and cellular technologies, Claris offers tablet-based Bluetooth connected sensors or direct cellular connected sensors. Patients, clinicians, and family members all have the option of staying connected via mobile apps, creating an unprecedented patient-centered care model – without any need for on-site installation, configuration, or training. Claris Healthcare developed its software solution, Claris Continuum, to address several challenges for chronic care management for seniors at home. Given the company’s unique history in providing remote care solutions for senior social and family engagement through its Claris Companion tablet, Claris combines features like email, video calling, photo albums, games, websites, and many other social options making the overall system uniquely beneficial to help solve the serious problem seniors face today with social isolation.

About Upper East Side Cardiology
Upper East Side Cardiology is a state-of-the-art practice in New York City. Dr. Bhusri and the staff offer patients access to top-of-the-line diagnostic tools like echocardiogram and stress testing. Patients also receive personalized and comprehensive treatment plans for a variety of cardiovascular problems, including chest pain, heart failure, hypertension, palpitation, and varicose veins. Remote care monitoring is also available.
Compassionate and highly skilled cardiologist Satjit Bhusri, MD, brings nearly 15 years of intensive study and training in medicine to his patients. The cardiovascular disease specialist sees patients at Upper East Side Cardiology, located in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.

About Claris Healthcare
Founded in 2012, Claris Healthcare has developed the world's most engaging, flexible, and accessible platform designed to deliver care into the home. The Claris platform has applications in family care, chronic care, and acute care. With 46 million Americans over the age of 65 living with one or more chronic conditions and many in isolation during the current pandemic, remote patient monitoring is the solution to an ever-growing need to deliver quality care beyond traditional hospital settings.

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