6 Things to Consider When Launching a Remote Patient Monitoring Program
Patients who rely on consistent care for and management of chronic conditions are increasingly finding themselves lacking access to their physicians for what just a few months ago were considered routine blood pressure or other vital measurement checkups. While traditional telehealth is a phenomenal resource, some of our more vulnerable patients require remote care solutions other than a video or phone call with their doctor.
In our country's current state of affairs, adding remote patient monitoring and its associated technology may prove to be your most proactive line of attack to promote wellness, but you may need to overcome some resistance to the change before proceeding.
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