RPM, remote patient monitoring, is becoming ever more present in the healthcare industry. It is able to provide an additional level of patient care, thus yielding improved clinical results. On top of that... […]
As a healthcare provider, you may already recognize the potential of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) to transform patient care. But with countless RPM solutions available, how do you choose the one that best fits your practice's unique needs?
In the fluid world of healthcare, where independence remains a physician's cherished dream, Medek’s RPM emerges as a stalwart ally. By supercharging efficiency, deepening patient bonds, harnessing data's might, expanding care boundaries, and bolstering revenue, RPM is the torchbearer of physician independence, ensuring both they and their patients reap mutual benefits. […]
Delve into the explosive growth of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and explore the top ten advantages it brings to medical practices. Discover how RPM can redefine patient care, streamline operations, and enhance revenue streams. […]
Delve into the American Heart Association's endorsement of Remote Patient Monitoring for cardiac patients. Explore how RPM is reshaping healthcare, offering enhanced patient engagement, cost efficiency, and more comprehensive care. […]
COPD patients have limited options in treating and managing their chronic condition. RPM (remote patient monitoring) has been shown to provide effective management, and conclusive evidence of successful treatments. RPM aids... […]
For people dealing with chronic health issues, remote patient monitoring (RPM) has emerged as a powerful solution. Chronic conditions may include common ailments such as hypertension, diabetes, COPD, and congestive heart failure. Medical research has proven that... […]
Dive into a groundbreaking study where the worlds of technology and healthcare intertwine! Discover how everyday gadgets like wearables and smartphones might just be the key to predicting and preventing hospital readmissions. With a blend of modern tech and keen insights, this clinical trial unveils a potential game-changer in patient care. […]
The NIH (National Institute of Health) recently published evidence1 regarding the health benefits and reduction of hospital readmissions when RPM (remote patient monitoring) and telemedicine are utilized for cardiac patients within 30 days of discharge. […]
In cardiac care, Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is revolutionizing at-home health management. Dive into studies from the National Institute of Health and discover how RPM can detect early signs of heart issues and reduce hospital visits. Explore real-world applications, from monitoring hypertension medication to identifying early heart failure symptoms. […]
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) began in 2022 to promote the growth of remote chronic care management (CCM). Medical practices are seeing the benefit of adding CCM to their RPM program, and RPM to the CCM programs. […]
A study done by Health Services Research noted that the average length of visit between a Primary Care Physician and their Medicare aged patient is 15.7 minutes. Statistically, that means a doctor will see less than 4 patients an hour. This does not include dictation of notes, delegating duties regarding prescriptions, and other duties. […]
What are CPT® Codes, and why does your medical practice need experts in them? The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) is a trademarked set of codes accepted by Medicare and Medicaid. They offer health care professionals uniform language for medical reimbursements. They can streamline reporting, increase accuracy and reduce inefficiencies. […]
Time management, life balance and burnout are major issues facing healthcare providers. One study, published on the NIH website, reported 45.8% of physicians in the US would state they are having “burnout”.
One innovative tool for reducing over-commitments is the growing field of RPM... […]
There are over 25 million people in the United States who are currently using a type of “remote patient monitoring” device. Those devices have empowered and engaged patients in their healthcare, improved outcomes, reduced re-hospitalization rates, and added revenue to many medical practices. But this is small compared to where RPM (remote patient monitoring) is going in the future. […]