Connecticut health system rolls out remote monitoring program for mild brain injuries

Danbury, Conn.-based Nuvance Health system is launching the Neuroglee Connect system to monitor at-home patients with mild cognitive impairments.

The program provides patients with brain-stimulating activities and assessments that can track deterioration. Neurologists use the data to track patient progress and decide whether further intervention is needed, according to an Oct. 31 Nuvance news release.

"Nuvance Health's neurologists will use a digital platform to remotely monitor patients and keep them mentally active with consistent and intense brain activities," Paul Wright, MD, senior vice president and system chair of the Neuroscience Institute at Nuvance, said. "Patients will use an iPad to participate in medically-tested activities to stimulate their brains. The caregiver is also involved as they are a major contributing factor to a patient's well-being."

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