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Remote Patient Monitoring 2022
Growing Energy and Early Outcomes

author - Schafer Jackson
Schafer Jackson
author - Dan Czech
Dan Czech
author - Ciera Walker
Ciera Walker
July 19, 2022 | Read Time: 6  minutes

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) solutions have the potential to give healthcare organizations the data they need to offer interventions, improve outcomes, and reduce the cost of care (e.g., by limiting ED visits and hospitalizations). Energy is high, especially among large organizations, and RPM investment is growing. Today, the technology market is highly fragmented, and the future depends on the ongoing reimbursement landscape. This report details healthcare organizations’ plans for RPM, the vendors they are using or considering, and what organizations need from their vendors to maximize the technology’s clinical impact.

For the purposes of this report, remote patient monitoring technology is defined as solutions that acquire, transmit, or store patient health information outside of conventional clinical care settings, most often in the patient’s home.

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Key Findings

  1. Market Energy Spread across Many Vendors; HRS & Vivify Health Stand Out with High Use/Consideration
  2. Financial Support Often Comes from Multiple Sources—Mainly Insurance/CPT Codes & Improved Outcomes
  3. RPM Proven to Reduce Readmissions & Improve Clinical Outcomes
  4. Improved EMR Integration and Patient Ease of Use Needed to Increase Clinical Impact
  5. Large Organizations Approaching Plans for AHCaH Carefully
author - Amanda Wind Smith
Amanda Wind Smith
author - Madison Moniz
Madison Moniz
author - Andrew Wright
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