Remote Patient Monitoring Blogs
Chronic diseases pose the greatest health risk and contribute greatly to death and disability rates in the US, as well as drive up annual health
The disruptive emergence of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) caused by the pandemic, even though RPM has existed in the shadows for many years, prepared the
Remote Patient Monitoring provides benefits such as improved productivity, increased practice revenue streams, patient engagement and satisfaction.
The findings of this study indicate that using Remote Patient Monitoring to treat an acute condition like COVID-19 is possible, safe, and associated with favorable clinical outcomes.
As glucose control and weight management are important targets in managing GDM, telemedicine and remote monitoring can have significant benefits for women with GDM.
In Remote Patient Monitoring, everyone wins— not only healthcare providers and patients but the entire US healthcare system as well. Let’s talk about the top 6 benefits of RPM for patients with chronic conditions.