For most health organizations right now, teams are already understaffed, overworked, and overstressed - and each great new idea or new program or project or innovation that is suggested or required of clinical providers - adds more work for their team
Medical practices today are providing excellent health care to their patients under really challenging circumstances. It is harder and harder for practices sometimes to have sufficient staff, systems and support to do everything they want to do.
Today, scalable remote care management is an essential part of medical practices’ growth, improving health outcomes for patients, increasing satisfaction for providers, reaching and caring for more patients - and is key to staying competitive.
Remote care management programs use technology to facilitate clinically driven, remote monitoring, care and education of patients and are essential to effective health management - in particular for managing patients with chronic disease.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) programs (a subcategory of homecare telehealth), retrieve patient health status and data readings from automated personal devices a patient has or wears at home (e.g.heart or glucose monitor).