Clinical Research Demonstrates RPM Improves Diabetes Outcomes Many diabetic patients are already used to taking blood sugar readings on a daily basis. With the rapid increase in telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), many studies are now demonstrating that sharing this data with clinicians through an RPM program can lower A1C levels. RPM enables more […]
Create successful monitoring processes in your RPM program while avoiding common pitfalls. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) has grown rapidly since CMS introduced the RPM CPT® codes in 2018. The pandemic fueled a rapid spike in all virtual health services, including RPM. By the end of 2020, 29.1 million patients were using RPM and this is projected […]
It’s National Nurses Week and we want to acknowledge and thank all nurses for the amazing work they do every single day. And we are particularly grateful for our own remote monitoring nurses, who are making it possible for practices across the country to provide continuous, remote care to their patients. What do Remote Monitoring […]
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In the face of tremendous sadness, uncertainty and loss, innovators are coming together to work as hard and fast as they can to address the challenges associated with the global pandemic. With the advent of vaccines, there is an end in sight.
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While it is well documented that the level of care delivered by physicians and scientists in the United States is elite, the cost of that care is often devastating. The three trillion-dollar plus cost of healthcare in the US is unsustainable and is sinking businesses and families who struggle to pay for both insurance and care.