G Medical Innovations: The Next Generation of Healthcare for Caregivers and Patients

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If the coronavirus pandemic taught the world anything, it was how important healthcare is to everyone. With the virus still posing a serious threat, some people may still be reluctant to visit their regular doctors for checkups. Prevent Cancer Foundation released survey results of more than 1,000 respondents that found about 35% of Americans have missed routine cancer screenings due to COVID-19 fears. Additionally, 43% of Americans have missed medical appointments. That becomes a problem when you have chronic conditions to manage. The lack of proper monitoring could lead to more severe issues down the road or end in a preventable hospital stay.

Although Pfizer Inc. PFE, Moderna Inc. MRNA and Johnson & Johnson JNJ are making headway with vaccines, the world is still suffering from coronavirus infections. That’s why companies that provide telemedicine and remote patient monitoring home services are so crucial during this time. But it’s not only essential with COVID-19 continuing to spread; telemedicine is a service that can help those in need at any time.

What is G Medical Innovations?

G Medical Innovations GMVD is a mobile and e-health company that provides health monitoring services to patients in need. The company gives both caregivers and patients the tools they need to better manage, monitor and improve patient health and outcomes.

G Medical specializes in digital health and remote patient monitoring and intends to raise the level of healthcare around the world by taking advantage of wireless technology and the accelerating trends of telemedicine to improve the quality of life.

G Medical is led by Dr. Yacov Geva, a well-known pioneer in the industry of medical technologies and remote patient monitoring services. With more than 30 years of experience and knowledge, Dr. Yacov has overseen the submission to and approval by the FDA of 48 different medical devices during his career spent with a number of successful healthcare companies. Dr. Yacov’s vast experience will be instrumental in guiding G Medical and positioning it as a provider of real solutions for people in need of mobile and digital healthcare.

Answering Global Demand

New research shows that 89% of the healthcare systems expanded their services to include remote care technology during the pandemic. And patients expressed a desire to monitor and care for their health needs at home rather than travel to the doctor. Even after the COVID-19 spread wanes, it’s likely that people will want to continue digital and home health monitoring and care.

Businesses will need to meet that ongoing demand with creative solutions to provide quality care. Fortunately, G Medical Innovations is ahead of the game, as it already has the systems in place to offer top-notch medical solutions and remote monitoring for those who care for patients.

By providing innovative solutions for healthcare professionals and patients, people around the globe can have better control of the medical care they receive.

The Future of Healthcare Management

The digital age and developing technology only move forward. And with the majority of the world already online, it only makes sense that healthcare monitoring and maintenance would move to the digital space. As long as that’s where people gather, the medical community must adjust to the continued demand to not only virtually take care of their ailments but also to monitor their patients’ health right in their own homes.

The ability to give people better monitoring and reporting of their medical conditions will determine whether a health services company thrives in the digital age or not. G Medical Innovations plans to answer the patient’s call for creative telehealth solutions.

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