Do Remote Patient Monitoring Programs Work?
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) programs have the potential to reduce chronic care costs and hospital readmissions, as well as improve clinical outcomes. By moving care out of the hospital or doctor’s office and into the home, RPM programs can help patients manage their conditions more effectively. There is growing evidence that RPM programs can improve clinical outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.
How do Remote Patient Monitoring Programs Work?
Most RPM programs focus on the collection of patient-generated health data from the home, through devices and mobile health platforms that connect to the primary care provider or care team. That data can either be collected and sent by the patient or gathered by connected devices and sent to the provider without the patient’s participation.
RPM programs can be used to monitor a variety of chronic conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and respiratory diseases. By providing real-time data on patients’ health status, RPM programs can help clinicians make more informed decisions about their care. In addition, RPM programs can help identify potential problems early on and prevent them from becoming more serious.
Remote Patient Monitoring Benefits
Reduce Chronic Care Costs
Better health outcomes reduce the cost of managing chronic health conditions.
Reduce Hospital Readmissions
Better health outcomes reduce the number of hospital readmissions.
Increased Patient Satisfaction
Happy, satisfied patients are more likely to adhere to their care plans.
INCREASED REVENUE FOR YOUR PRACTICE
Medicare provides billing codes to incorporate RPM services to compensate practices while improving patient care and reducing overall health care expenses.
Here's what your patients can expect with Well Living Initiative RPM services.
Here's what your practice can expect with Well Living Initiative RPM services.