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5 Reasons Remote Patient Monitoring is Beneficial in Medicine

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is an advanced health care process that helps patients, providers, and caregivers gather patient data compared to traditional health care delivery processes. The process shortens the time needed to deliver results, making diagnosis and patient assistance quicker than ever. In the ongoing pandemic, RPM is an

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The Most Important Benefits of Chronic Care Management

There are times when life may be unpredictable—accidents, injuries, and more can happen in the blink of an eye. Then there are times when it’s terribly predictable. As we grow older, our bodies may have a higher chance of developing medical issues and conditions. And finally, some people are born

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5 Important Practices for Effective Remote Patient Monitoring

It’s undeniable that the most important benefit of remote patient monitoring is that clinicians can stay vigilant about their patients’ treatment-sensitive cases that often have a high risk of morbidity.  In a way, RPM offers a clinical focus on conditions that require more attention from doctors and other healthcare professionals. 

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Remote Patient Monitoring for Pregnant Patients – What You Should Know

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is gaining traction and securing its permanent spot in our ever-evolving healthcare system. Ideal for patients who need close monitoring of their ongoing health concerns, like pregnant women, RPM can play a vital role in keeping patients healthier for longer and preventing complications that can require

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4 Misconceptions About Remote Patient Monitoring Answered

While telehealth and digital health have seen considerable growth in recent years, the pandemic has spurred adoption even further as healthcare companies seek to shift more treatment away from hospitals and doctor’s offices and into the patient’s home. This growth is projected to continue as the industry embraces virtual care

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Remote Reimbursement for Therapeutic Monitoring in 2022

The healthcare industry has faced a plethora of advancements throughout the years. With these technologies, we can provide medical care even without sharing a physical space. Last November 2, 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services or CMS finalized the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule for Calendar Year 2022. This

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Who Can Provide Chronic Care Management (CCM) Services?

Chronic care management (CCM) is a set of face-to-face services offered to beneficiaries with two or more chronic conditions expected to last 12 months or indefinitely. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recognizes CCM as a critical component of primary care that promotes better health for patients and

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Buying Remote Patient Care Solutions: 6 Things to Consider

Many things are changing today. One good example is healthcare since traditional health care used to be on a fee-for-service basis and is currently shifting to a value-based care model. Aside from that, healthcare treatments are usually done in-clinic, but today’s healthcare practices use a combination of in-clinic and remote

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4 New Technologies Designed to Help Chronic Care Management

Chronic care management has become more difficult over the past year, especially as social distancing guidelines have hindered patients from getting the care they need. While this was bad news for most patients, it eventually paved the way for the innovation of chronic care technologies. Many clinics and physicians nowadays

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How Receptive Are Patients and Medical Staff to RPM?

RPM or Remote Patient Monitoring has been developed as a means to achieve better medical outcomes for the patient while maintaining distance and causing less intrusion and stress for the patient and their family members. With the innovation of telemedicine, patients are able to have access to good quality medical

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