Closing gaps in care and keeping patients out of the emergency department and hospital is vitally important. An expert explains how remote patient monitoring can help.
In the ever-evolving health care landscape, closing gaps in care and keeping patients out of the emergency department (ED) and hospital is vitally important. Leveraging the power of remote patient monitoring (RPM), providers can accomplish this mission while redefining patient engagement and treatment strategies.
Medical Economics sat down with Tina Null, MSN, RN, chief clinical officer of the RPM business line for Connect America, to discuss the benefits of RPM. The transcript below was edited for length and clarity.