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Vincent Marchetti Co-Authors a New Article

Thursday, January 26, 2023 8:00 AM

The veteran health industry executive lent his expertise to help craft an essay exploring the impact of modern technology on the home care industry.

CORONADO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / January 26, 2023 / When health industry executive Vincent Marchetti was approached to co-author a new essay about the effect of new technology on the ever-expanding home care sector, he agreed readily, eager to share his extensive knowledge on the subject. The article, which is titled Vincent Marchetti Explains How Technology Has Impacted Home Care, was written in conjunction with freelance journalist Edward Bishop and published by an online periodical that focuses on matters of business, science, and technology on January 6, 2023.

At the outset of the essay, the co-authors take an in-depth look at the recent data collection revolution in the home care industry prompted by advances in modern technology. "One way that technology is transforming home care is by enabling caregivers to collect and analyze data. Data collection can be used to track patient vital signs, monitor medication adherence, and ensure safety protocols are followed. Data analysis can then be used to identify potential issues or trends that could affect patient outcomes or safety," they write, elaborating, "For example, data could be used to detect early signs of dehydration or falls risk in elderly patients. This information can help caregivers provide better, more informed care and keep their patients safer and healthier for extended periods."

Later in the article, Vincent Marchetti and Edward Bishop address the medical benefits arising from the great leaps forward made in telecommunications over the past few years, stating, "Technology also enables caregivers to provide remote healthcare services, such as tele-health visits with doctors or nurses, virtual check-ins with family members, and remote monitoring of vital signs or health metrics. This allows caregivers to monitor their patients' health remotely while providing immediate access to medical advice if necessary. It also allows family members who may not live nearby to easily stay connected with their loved ones who require home care services."

Anyone interested in reading the article in its entirety will find it located here, while anyone curious to learn more about Vincent Marchetti is encouraged to visit his professional blog.

About Vincent Marchetti:

A graduate of the University of Central Missouri with a B.S. in Business Administration, Vincent Marchetti possesses an extensive commercial expertise for driving sales business growth as a result of his decades of experience in the health industry.

With 21 years of medical device experience, including 13 years of outstanding results in the Vascular and Cardiovascular divisions of medical leaders Boston Scientific and Medtronic, Vincent has established himself as an expert in the field, as well as a consummate professional. Previously, he worked for Kinetic Concepts Incorporated as Regional Vice President of the Active Healing Solutions division. Later on, Vincent helped establish two new minimally invasive cardiovascular device markets and successfully saw them through to liquidity events. These included Lumend (acquired by Johnson & Johnson) and Novoste (acquired by Best Medical).

Some of his other career accomplishments include cultivating a track record of building strong sales teams with effective sales processes executed with the highest level of quality, speed, and efficiency. Vincent Marchetti also boasts extensive experience at large, established medical device companies and privately funded, first-to-market firms. He recently completed Nurse Assistant Certification and Medicine Technician Certification in preparation for launching a new endeavor; a home health agency.

Vincent currently resides in Coronado, California.

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