Revolutionizing COPD management with virtual care solutions
Today’s episode features Brian Gelbman, a pulmonary and critical care physician. The COPD management space is facing a growing crisis, with a shortage of pulmonologists and respiratory therapists, and limited access to pulmonary rehabilitation facilities. This has resulted in a fragmented care landscape that leaves patients with limited options and a lack of continuity in their care journey.
Brian will discuss the urgent need for digital innovation in the COPD care space. He’ll talk about the benefits of virtual care models, including remote patient monitoring, on-demand coaching, and regular touchpoints for patients to engage with their health. These solutions can streamline clinical workflows for providers and monitor for acute exacerbations to improve health outcomes.
Join us as we explore the ways in which virtual care innovations can transform the paradigm of care for patients with COPD. From improving medication adherence to making pulmonary rehabilitation more accessible, the adoption of digital health solutions is crucial to address the growing crisis in the COPD management space.
Brian Gelbman is a pulmonary and critical care physician.
He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “The time is ripe for virtual care solutions in COPD.”
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