VeeMed's Virtual Care Ecosystem for the entire continuum of care
Reimagining remote patient monitoring (RPM) with data-driven, value-based, patient-centric care
How can remote patient monitoring benefit your organization?
Traditional RPM offers a snapshot of your patients’ health
VeeGo 360 gives you 4K video
Until now, remote patient monitoring has been costly and complex to deploy, delivering only episodic measurements of a patient’s health.
VeeMed offers providers a high-resolution, longitudinal view of a patient’s health status, thanks to continuous monitoring and medical-grade wearables.
Continuous monitoring and advanced analytics for the most complete picture of patient health
Why is VeeGo 360 Different?
Designed with the patient at heart and physician in mind
See how VeeGo 360 works
Seamless integration with medical-grade devices for scalable remote care
Reliable, clinically-accurate vital monitoring
VeeGo 360 integrates seamlessly with wearable devices, like the FDA-cleared BioIntelliSense BioSticker™ and ForaCare devices, offering reliable, clinically-accurate continuous and intermittent patient data monitoring.
Just “stick it on and forget it”
Patient compliance is a huge issue when it comes to the success of RPM.
Wearables like BioIntelliSense’s BioSticker™ and BioButton™ make it easy for patients to comply — all they have to do is stick the device on their upper left chest and the device does the rest.
The BioSticker is the first FDA cleared single-use medical device for up to 30 days of continuous vital sign monitoring.
Continuous Monitoring with BioIntelliSense
Intermittent Monitoring with Foracare
Continuous Blood Glucose Monitoring
Managing diabetes has never been easier. Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) allows patients to track their glucose levels throughout the day, taking measurements as frequently as every 5 minutes.
Increase your revenue potential
With VeeGo360, medical practices are not only driving improved patient outcomes, they’re creating additional revenue streams through RPM and CCM programs
An average practice in the U.S. consists of five physicians, with a ratio of 2,500 patients per provider. With about 1,000 Medicare eligible patients for RPM, that can yield a profit of over $1.8 million per year.