Healthcare Partners Nevada Case Study

Healthcare Partners Nevada used RPM to stabilize patient health in its sickest populations, avoiding unnecessary hospitalizations and improving quality of life.

August 9, 2022
Healthcare Partners Nevada Case Study

In early 2019, Healthcare Partners Nevada (HCPNV) was interested in improving the healthcare outcomes in a population of ambulatory care patients with chronic disease.


These patients — whose underlying condition was theoretically manageable — were utilizing healthcare services at a rate much higher than their health conditions would have suggested. Simply put — they weren’t that sick, but they were in the ER often and being admitted to hospitals often.

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