How Does Remote Patient
Monitoring Work for Primary Care Providers?
Remote patient monitoring provides medical staff a way to proactively provide oversight & assistance for patients living independently through a proactive approach. Patients on RPM services use equipment in their homes to regularly test vital signs — such as blood pressure, weight, and glucose which are transmitted into the RPM software solution.
Remote patient monitoring programs also enable patients to engage more regularly with clinical staff. All in all, RPM is a cost-effective method for reducing healthcare cost, while also offering patients a greater degree of support, improved outcomes, and increased access to care.