We already know that technology is spreading worldwide, and it is being applied to every part of our day-to-day life, such as shopping, work, and even healthcare.

Talking about healthcare, it is essential to note that half of our population is aging, and it is no longer possible for them to visit a doctor or a clinic and take their regular checkups.

This was seen widely in the times of pandemic and lockdown, where a significant part of the world population could not take their regular healthcare checkups due to their age.

Due to this, there is a rise in remote patient monitoring systems, also known as RPM, and a lot of companies in the healthcare industry are working towards this technology.

We saw how doctors and patients could interact virtually via their phones in the post-COVID-19 era, which was impossible earlier.

To take things a few steps further, Electronic Caregiver has launched a customizable and animated Remote Patient Monitoring system where the aged people in our family can take assistance from their doctors remotely and interactively.

Electronic Caregiver has launched a 3D virtual care assistant that can offer on-demand healthcare services to patients, and it is named Addison.

The company adds that people with impaired vision or unsteady hands tend to lose focus because of the small screen size, due to which they cannot touch them properly and get frustrated quite often.

To solve this problem, Electronic Caregiver’s Addison is available on screens, both big and small. It can be paired with devices such as the Glucometer or the Weighing Scale to track all the metrics and give them a customized diet and medication routine.

Electronic Caregiver says, “Within the next 10 years, there will be more older adults than kids. And of this aging population, two in five adults will have three or more chronic conditions. Seniors want to avoid costly nursing homes and will need help living independently,”