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Nurse Testimonial with Glenny

Glenny takes her work-from-home experience to another level. She uses a standing desk and loves moving it to different rooms in her house every so often. It keeps things interesting. And perhaps most important, the Signallamp model lets her spend … Read More

A Day In The Life Of A Signallamp Nurse With Ana

A textbook day for Ana starts with some caffeine then runs through her follow-up and call schedule for the day. But a textbook day is never the normal, and each day brings its own new set of challenges. Fortunately for … Read More

Nurse Testimonial with Tanya

A Day In The Life of A Signallamp Nurse with Tanya You would think working as a remote nurse would lead to feeling disconnected, but Tanya found the opposite is true. She’s got a full support network at her fingertips, … Read More

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The Signallamp Method for Remote Patient Monitoring or RPM

At Signallamp Health, we have a simple way to describe remote patient monitoring or RPM. It’s chronic care management plus remote monitoring equipment.
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What Won’t Change? Part Three: Payer Experience

What Won’t Change? Part Three: Payer Experience Insurance companies hold significant influence over cost and quality in the modern health care system. Here’s how payers will continue to shape health care in the United States. This is the final installment … Read More

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What Won’t Change? Part Two: Provider Experience

What Won’t Change? Part Two: Provider Experience These elements of the provider experience aren’t likely to change in the next 10 years This is the second of a three-part series called “What Won’t Change?” where we examine the mainstays in … Read More

What Won’t Change? Part One: Patient Experience

These elements of the patient experience aren’t likely to change in the next 10 years This is the first of a three-part series called “What Won’t Change?” where we examine the mainstays in health care that are likely to stay … Read More

This is why patient stratification for chronic disease is outdated

What is risk stratification? Risk stratification is the identification of a group or cohort of patients within a given population that, based on past claims and diagnosis data, represents the those who are expected to present the highest risk in … Read More

Mythbusters: Debunking the Fallacy that Chronic Disease Ends after Transitional Care

Without chronic care management, readmissions are more likely to follow transitional care Successful transitional care after an acute episode can give patients and their doctors a false sense of security for one simple fact: chronic illness almost never goes away … Read More

Exploring AI’s Role in Health Care

Exploring AI’s Role in Health Care You might feel comfortable chatting with a robot about upgrading your cell phone plan or resolving a product FAQ. But what about addressing the most intimate details of your life and health status?  The … Read More