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Remote Patient Monitoring 2018

Remote Patient Monitoring 2018
High Potential in a Shifting Landscape

Authored by: Bret Sharp and Colin Buckley October 2, 2018 | Read Time: 4  minutes

As provider organizations grapple with complex, strategic initiatives such as population health and patient engagement, a more tactical innovation is re-emerging: remote patient monitoring (RPM). RPM solutions monitor patients in-home by collecting biometric and behavioral data and alerting caregivers when intervention is needed. In this first RPM report, KLAS has partnered with the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) to examine why some organizations support little or no RPM and why others are more developed and are expanding their usage. This report also assesses the potential RPM vendors have to address the needs of patients and their healthcare providers in this shifting landscape. To validate RPM viability today, KLAS spoke with 25 organizations using seven leading RPM vendor platforms.

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Key Findings

  1. RPM Highly Successful at Reducing Hospital Visits
  2. Impact Is Limited by Small Populations, but Steady Growth Is Predicted
  3. Vendors Adapting to Customer Demand for Flexibility
  4. Frequent Upgrades Lead to Reliability Challenges
  5. Integration Is a Miss but Is Not Yet Missed
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