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Constructing a Turnkey Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth Program


Remote patient monitoring (RPM) and telehealth programs are good supplements to traditional medical care because they increase patient access to care, drive down total medical expenditure, and lead to improved patient outcomes. These programs are often tailored for managing patients with chronic cardiovascular or endocrine conditions.

The fundamental purpose of an RPM program is the detection of deteriorating patient vitals between visits, allowing for clinician intervention prior to costly hospitalizations. Additionally, a comprehensive, Medicare-funded RPM program can generate significant practice revenues.

This whitepaper explains the following: patient and practice benefits, required smart devices and reporting platforms, process components of a turnkey RPM program, and the reimbursement landscape.

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