Top 5 Resources to Help Maintain Your Health Virtually

In 2020, you have access to so many new virtual healthcare resources, so how do you find the best ones? We have created a list of five of Health Espresso’s in-home care app services. These services will help you maintain your health or the health of your loved ones virtually.

May 12, 2020 , 11:22 am

5 Ways to Improve Your Virtual Healthcare Profile

Building a virtual health profile is new to most patients. It can seem weird to remotely track your health, but it can actually be very beneficial. Once your virtual profile is set up properly, you will start to understand the benefits of remote tracking of vital signs. Many hospitals and clinics are now implementing remote patient monitoring programs to keep track of symptoms once a patient leaves the hospital. Below, we are going to go over how to set up remote patient monitoring services and how to optimize your virtual healthcare profile for success.

May 12, 2020 , 11:22 am

Here are 5 ways to improve your remote healthcare profile

1. Call your family doctor’s office

Many devices and virtual profiles have a chatbox function to communicate with a healthcare provider for all your needs. Your nurse or healthcare practitioner may ask you to track vital signs and health information such as glucose levels, blood pressure, weight, shortness of breath, heartbeat, or vision. It’s important to make sure that you input your information in a timely manner and at the as often as your doctor or nurse asks.

2. Visit a designated Coronavirus clinic

If you suspect that you have the Coronavirus, then you can visit a designated COVID-19 clinic. The symptoms associated with COVID-19 are the following: a cough, a fever, and shortness of breath. The current recommendation is to stay home and self-isolate for 14 days if your symptoms are mild and surpass 2 days. However, if they worsen, then you are advised to go get tested for COVID-19. You can fill out a COVID-19 self-evaluation form on Health Espresso’s site to get a diagnosis from a doctor or you can call a testing center to book an in-person appointment.

3. Use a self-managed, in-home care app

You can use a virtual health app such as Health Espresso to book a tele-medicine appointment with a doctor. This app connects you to health care professionals with access to your digital patient profile. It also facilitates 2-way communication among the patient and the primary physician-care team in the field to provide timely updates on your progress. They will ensure that you are given the care you need to get back to your healthy state. You have to download the Health Espresso home care assistance app and build a digital patient profile, then, give your doctor access to your health information such as blood type, and any existing health conditions. You can also fill out a profile for a loved one and connect with the doctor on their behalf. This app uses a patient-centered approach and provides a platform for a digital care plan for your circle of care team to follow. They will likely ask you to record your symptoms on a daily basis in the app to keep them up to date on your progress. Health Espresso also allows you to populate your prescribed medication as part of your profile for an adverse drug to drug interaction check.Then the home care assistance app will send you alerts to take your medication.

Book a virtual doctor’s appointment today and make your health a priority

We hope that these three options will help you to book a doctor’s appointment. Doctors, nurses, and hospitals are all still open during COVID-19, you just have to connect with them remotely.