Camille Dang

More Than Just a Simple Scale: DrKumo Scale Can Measure 15 Parameters

By Camille Dang In the midst of a global pandemic, many people all around the world are striving to create and follow through with better habits, many of which pertain to maintaining a healthy body. During a time in which doctor appointments are scarce and outside exercises are limited, it has become increasingly important for people to constantly keep …

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What Makes DrKumo Unique?

By Camille Dang In the current time of ever-advancing technology, remote patient monitoring, or RPM, is an emerging option for many patients, especially those with chronic diseases. During this Covid-19 pandemic, it is becoming more difficult and unsafe for patients to visit the hospital for checkups. Even considering aspects not related to the pandemic, RPM …

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Remote Patient Monitoring: A Potential Way to Save Billions

By Camille Dang Chronic diseases and the constant hospital visits that they entail are no stranger to the American population, 45% of whom have at least one chronic disease. Not only are continuous hospital visits inconvenient and time-consuming, but many visits also add up to expensive costs for chronically ill patients and their family members. …

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The New Way to Handle Chronic Diseases During and Post-Pandemic: DrKumo RPM

As the Covid-19 pandemic rages on across the world, confining billions of people to their homes and sending millions to hospitals, it is increasingly becoming more difficult for patients with chronic illnesses to have checkups at their local hospital or clinic, and the need for remote patient monitoring is as important as ever. RPM, or remote patient monitoring, is an effective way for doctors to monitor patients with chronic diseases at patients’ homes

RPM: The New Best Way to Monitor Patients with Chronic Heart Diseases

In the United States, approximately 45% of all Americans have at least one chronic disease. Looking at a particular chronic disease, about 12.1% of all Americans have a cardiovascular chronic disease. RPM, or remote patient monitoring, is an effective way of keeping track of cardiovascular diseases while socially distancing during this Covid-19 pandemic. Even considering factors outside of the pandemic, RPM is an overall safer, more time-effective, and cost-effective option for those with cardiovascular diseases.