BR HomMed @ Hopsitalar 2016

BR HomMed @ Hopsitalar 2016

BR HomMed, Tactio’s official channel partner in Brazil, was at the 24th edition of Hopsitalar Fair + Forum to showcase the great projects being launched in Brazil using the TactioRPM app-enabled remote patient monitoring solution. Parabéns, parceiro!

Tactio & Redox Team Up to Integrate TactioRPM With North American EHRs

Tactio & Redox Team Up to Integrate TactioRPM With North American EHRs

MINNEAPOLIS, May 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- American Telemedicine Association Annual Conference -- Tactio Health Group is pleased to announce a partnership with Redox to add electronic health record (EHR) connectivity to its TactioRPM app-enabled remote patient monitoring (RPM) solution.

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Cornell Mobile Doctors

Cornell Mobile Doctors

I had the chance to watch the 2015 Weill Cornell Medical College commencement this week as one of my son had completed his Masters in Health Informatics.

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Disconnected Health

Disconnected Health

Flying to the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) annual conference in Minneapolis, as the CEO and Founder of Tactio Health Group, a leader in remote patient systems empowering patients with mobile apps and connected health ...

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Welch Allyn & TactioRPM™ Integration Live @ VNAA

Welch Allyn & TactioRPM™ Integration Live @ VNAA






Announcing the new integration between Welch Allyn remote monitoring devices and TactioRPM™ app-enabled remote patient monitoring solution at this year's
VNAA Annual Meeting.

App-Enabled Remote Patient Monitoring

TactioRPM is an FDA Class 1 MDDS remote patient monitoring system designed for rising risk chronic patients (diabetes, HTN, ATH, COPD, CHF and obesity). Instead of using hardware hubs and specialized peripherals, TactioRPM embraces the BYOD model by providing RPM services using white labeled mobile apps, off-the-shelf connected health devices and HIPAA-compliant secured cloud services and APIs.

Remote Monitoring Blood Pressure Device

Remote Monitoring
Scale

Make sure to visit Tactio Booth #212 to see how
seamless Welch Allyn products work with the TactioRPM™ solution.


IoT in Healthcare

IoT in Healthcare

It is a great privilege that we have working at Tactio building remote patient monitoring systems for large healthcare payers and providers worldwide. Indeed we get to work daily ...

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Pulling Pharmacists Into Real Time Care Teams

Pulling Pharmacists Into Real Time Care Teams

A home health monitoring project launched by the University of Michigan is giving clinical pharmacists a role that might have previously been handled by the doctor or even a nurse enabling them to intervene quickly when a patient reports blood pressure problems. 

The project will equip 25 patients of the University of Michigan's Department of Family Medicine with Bluetooth-enabled BP monitors and Tactio mobile apps. The patients will be required to send their blood pressure readings through the TactioRPM platform to clinical pharmacists, who can intervene when those readings indicate hypertension.

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University of Michigan pilots smartphone-based home blood pressure monitoring system

University of Michigan pilots smartphone-based home blood pressure monitoring system

Tactio Health Group, a Montreal-based company that builds smartphone-connected remote patient monitoring devices, will run a 25-person pilot study with the University of Michigan Health System, studying the effects of pharmacist-led home blood pressure monitoring and medication reminders on people with hypertension.

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University of Michigan Selects Tactio to Provide TactioRPM for HTN remote monitoring Pilot Study

University of Michigan Selects Tactio to Provide TactioRPM for HTN remote monitoring Pilot Study

Tactio Health Group has been selected by the University of Michigan Department of Family Medicine to provide its TactioRPM Remote Patient Monitoring Platform in a pilot study that will implement a mobile pharmacist-led home blood pressure (BP) monitoring program. 

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Results of TactioRPM Pilot in a Senior Home Unveiled at Stanford Med X Conference

Results of TactioRPM Pilot in a Senior Home Unveiled at Stanford Med X Conference

Results of a TactioRPM pilot project in a senior home will be unveiled today at the Stanford Medicine X Conference in a presentation titled “Senior Patient Engagement Using iPad Dashboards, Connected Health Devices and Pharmacogenomics” by Roger Simard, Pharmacist and Founder of Pharmacy 3.0.

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