New White Paper: How to Implement Surgical Remote Monitoring in OntarioNew White Paper: How to Implement Surgical Remote Monitoring in Ontario
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New White Paper: How to Implement Surgical Remote Monitoring in Ontario

August 25, 2021
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Currently, many healthcare organizations are seeking innovative technology solutions to help combat the surgical backlog due to COVID-19, while also increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery in Ontario. Evidence suggests that the use of Surgical Remote Monitoring technology, such as SeamlessMD, has been proven to increase same-day surgeries and reduce hospital length of stay (LOS), readmission rates, and ED visits.


To help you get started with the process of implementing an effective Surgical Remote Monitoring program, we have put together a whitepaper on How to Implement Surgical Remote Monitoring in Ontario.

The whitepaper covers topics such as:

  1. Why Surgical Remote Monitoring in Ontario?
  2. Choosing the right technology vendor partner
  3. Identify priority use cases
  4. Establish success criteria
  5. Assemble the team and determine roles & responsibilities
  6. The top 3 workflows for enrolling and monitoring patients
  7. How to construct your communication strategy
  8. How to train your staff, launch your program, and educate patients
  9. What to do after Go-Live & how to achieve on-going success


Many Ontario hospitals have successfully implemented Surgical Remote Monitoring with excellent results, including:

We hope this step-by-step guide helps you with your Surgical Remote Monitoring journey to help deliver exceptional care to all Ontarians. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!

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New White Paper: How to Implement Surgical Remote Monitoring in Ontario

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August 25, 2021

Currently, many healthcare organizations are seeking innovative technology solutions to help combat the surgical backlog due to COVID-19, while also increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery in Ontario. Evidence suggests that the use of Surgical Remote Monitoring technology, such as SeamlessMD, has been proven to increase same-day surgeries and reduce hospital length of stay (LOS), readmission rates, and ED visits.


To help you get started with the process of implementing an effective Surgical Remote Monitoring program, we have put together a whitepaper on How to Implement Surgical Remote Monitoring in Ontario.

The whitepaper covers topics such as:

  1. Why Surgical Remote Monitoring in Ontario?
  2. Choosing the right technology vendor partner
  3. Identify priority use cases
  4. Establish success criteria
  5. Assemble the team and determine roles & responsibilities
  6. The top 3 workflows for enrolling and monitoring patients
  7. How to construct your communication strategy
  8. How to train your staff, launch your program, and educate patients
  9. What to do after Go-Live & how to achieve on-going success


Many Ontario hospitals have successfully implemented Surgical Remote Monitoring with excellent results, including:

We hope this step-by-step guide helps you with your Surgical Remote Monitoring journey to help deliver exceptional care to all Ontarians. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!

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