For the past 15 years, virtual health has been heralded as the next disruptor, a game-changer in connected care delivery. The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated its clinical and cost-effectiveness, pushing against structural barriers that had previously slowed health system investments in integrated virtual health applications.
Regulatory changes and federal benefits have further encouraged hospitals and health systems to adapt and expand to a new care delivery model. In doing so, healthcare organizations quickly realized that deploying a Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) platform can boost organizational efficiency, ensure compliance, reduce unnecessary ED visits, and improve care quality.
For the best RPM outcomes, however, healthcare organizations must do more than purchase technology. They need to plan out their RPM solution to ensure that they achieve all the quality benefits and receive their due reimbursement. Selecting the right vendor is critical to the organization’s success. It is more than a vendor/client relationship—it is a partnership that can grow with the organization, continually helping it refine processes and best practices to meet strategic goals.
This white paper will provide you with all the relevant information and key insights on the best RPM practices that every provider or health system must consider when launching (or re-launching) an RPM program.