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The most significant benefit to the hospital in RPM deployment, other than reimbursement opportunities for RPM care, is opening hospital beds for sicker patients.
If you're achieving your goals and showing a positive RoI, consider expanding to a larger cohort or a new group of patients. Best practices matter when you're doing this.
You can see the patients that are decompensating before they need to be readmitted. And as an added benefit, your patients feel better and are more engaged. Win, win, win.
One of RPM's benefits is its ability to re-balance the provider's work/life balance and reduce the likelihood of burnout among your providers.
The challenge is identifying those patients that need help and doing that efficiently. By managing those patients closely, the provider can stop deterioration before it requires an office visit, ER visit, or hospitalization, avoiding unnecessary utilization.
Medicare, Medicaid, and private pay insurers are beginning to offer providers financial incentives based on patient outcomes rather than solely for a service.
Find out the difference between telehealth and remote patient monitoring, how they’re related, and what benefits these services provide.
What counts as remote patient monitoring? What is RPM used for? What is the difference between telehealth and RPM? Learn these answers and more.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) improves patient engagement and satisfaction, while reducing the cost of care.
Which parties are involved in remote patient monitoring and how each works to make patients healthier and save time for both patients and healthcare providers.
RPM systems collect health data from various remote monitoring devices and digitally transmit that data to designated healthcare teams.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) can improve medical outcomes, reduce costs, and contribute to a better overall experience for all parties involved.
Each year billions of dollars are wasted in healthcare. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) can save medical facilities that money.
Improved quality of care, increased healthcare access, fewer ER visits—RPM offers benefits that directly translate to cost savings for providers and patients.
Remote patient monitoring optimizes health outcomes, which offers significant cost reduction for practitioners and patients alike.
Wondering about remote patient monitoring CPT codes and reimbursement rates for Medicare and Medicaid? Find out 2022 amounts.
Learn what problem remote patient monitoring solves and how it can benefit your healthcare facility.
Remote patient monitoring eligibility depends on a number of factors—including insurance or Medicare coverage.
Healthcare Partners Nevada used RPM to stabilize patient health in its sickest populations, avoiding unnecessary hospitalizations and improving quality of life.
Tips and tricks for the top three remote patient monitoring (RPM) patient outreach methods to drive patient engagement.
Deliver powerful patient outcomes through an effective remote health management (RHM) platform. Meet Harmonize Health.
Here are three top recommended ways to reach your patients and drive patient engagement. (Even without patients needing to open an App!)
Keeping your patients engaged in RPM programs is essential for their care adherence. There is one must-do for patient engagement that will surprise you.
Remote health management (RHM) platforms don't replace great patient care but do require investment and some time.
The most successful remote health management (RHM) programs start with a clear set of goals. Here are our top recommended RHM goals.
High patient engagement is a leading indicator of an effective RHM program. But how do you assess patient engagement with remote patient monitoring?
There are five things hospitals must do when deploying an at-home patient monitoring program. #1: Develop Goals for What You Want to Achieve for Your Patients
Remote health management (RHM) platforms are used by healthcare providers to manage patient care remotely - typically at the patient’s home.