HealthTech July 20, 2021
Gus Vlahos

Implementing a successful RPM program involves securing clinician buy-in, choosing user-friendly devices and having tech support in place.

Healthcare organizations are increasingly using remote patient monitoring (RPM) devices to track a patient’s health post-procedure. Typically, this occurs in acute situations or for chronic disease management. The data collected can keep clinicians informed about a variety of metrics, such as weight, blood sugar, blood oxygen, heart rate and more.

The benefits of RPM for patients include improved health outcomes and a better patient experience. RPM allows clinicians to connect with patients from the comfort of the patient’s home, eliminating logistical challenges or the need to take time off from work to make appointments. It also helps healthcare providers to reach people...

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