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Amdocs Launches Cloud-Based eHealth Solutions to Give Service Providers Fast Entry to Growing Market

Mon, 10/29/2012 - 7:00am
Bio-Medicine.Org

CHICAGO, Oct. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Amdocs (NYSE: DOX), the leading provider of customer experience systems and services, launched two new cloud-based solutions to provide support for in-home management and monitoring of elderly and chronically-ill patients today at 4G World. Amdocs Home Health Monitoring and Amdocs' solution for Aging in Place enable service providers to enter the rapidly expanding eHealth market while helping families, healthcare providers and governments reduce costs by keeping patients out of hospitals and allowing them to recover and age safely in their homes.

  • Amdocs Home Health Monitoring: Provides a secure portal for patients and doctors/care practitioners that can be accessed from remote monitoring centers. Amdocs Home Health Monitoring can monitor multiple chronic diseases, collect personal health records, analyze patients' home test results and send necessary alerts to healthcare practitioners.
  • Amdocs' solution for Aging in Place: Allows service providers to offer a secure, web-based monitoring solution for the elderly, giving relatives and other caregivers remote access to monitoring devices to help the elderly live independently, longer. By combining readily-available third-party products such as monitor cameras, panic buttons, door locks, motion sensors and smoke detectors with healthcare accessories, such as pill dispensers, weight scales, blood pressure readers, glucose monitors for diabetes and fall detection systems, Amdocs' solution for Aging in Place delivers a full remote monitoring solution for the elderly.

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Both solutions are device- and protocol-agnostic, which enables communication capable health accessories to relay data to smartphone
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