Tag Archives: remote patient monitoring

Five Ways Telehealth will Change Medicine

When discussing telehealth, one first needs to refer to definitions. The Health Resources Services Administration defines telehealth as “The use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and … Continue reading

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#DigitalHealth: Remote Patient Monitoring Part 3: The Ideal RPM System

Remote patient monitoring may serve patients who are in the post-acute care phase of recovery from a hospitalization as well as those with chronic diseases.  Monitoring may consist of communication tools or measurements of medication adherence, glucose measurements for diabetics, … Continue reading

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#DigitalHealth: Remote Patient Monitoring, Part 2- Operational Models

In my previous post, I discussed some generalities of remote patient monitoring (RPM).  The current value of the RPM market is estimated at $10.6B. There are diverse clinical and non-clinical environments in which RPM might be utilized.  The healthcare ecosystem is … Continue reading

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