Posts tagged COPD
HGE Health Opens State-of-the-Art Patient Contact Center In Response To Significant Patient, Physician and Customer Growth

With a mission of “same day response from a patient’s physician on the patient’s respiratory symptoms” and “reduced cost for the healthcare system,” HGE Health has opened a new state-of-the-art Patient Contact Center In response to significant patient, physician and customer growth. The center will ensure second-to-none customer experience for patient populations in the hundreds-of-thousands.

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HGE Health Extends Its Telemedicine Technology Successes From One Disease To Another. From COPD To Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, Temple Spin-off Helps Patients In Trouble.

A telemedicine-based disease management program proven to dramatically help chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients breathe easier is now giving patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) -- a deadlier form of pulmonary disease -- a fighting chance to do the same.

HGE Health, a Philadelphia-based healthcare technology company that works with pulmonary surgeons and physicians, is extending its HGE Care Advanced technology to help IPF patients in the U.S. and around the world.

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Innovative HGE Health Telemedicine Technology Provides Safety Net to Vulnerable COPD Patients and Hospital Emergency Rooms Under Assault from Current Flu Season

Advanced mobile healthcare technology and frequent patient-physician communications helping COPD patients remain healthier and much less anxious about this year's flu. Meaning less ER, hospital and physician office visits…. and accompanying costs.

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HGE Health's Telemedicine Technology Enables Nation's Leading Lung Transplant Hospital to Offer High Quality Care to Geographically Dispersed Lung Transplant Patients

The product of more than a decade of research, HGE Health’s HGE Care Advance technology has helped patients remain stable and actively on transplant wait lists, aided pulmonary surgeons in better managing patients pre- and post-procedure, and enabled transplant facilities to increase their care to a more geographically diverse patient population.

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