Passive Analytics and the Future of RPM (Remote Patient Monitoring)

Passive Analytics and the Future of RPM (Remote Patient Monitoring)

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Two themes we often hear lately in healthcare, and particularly senior care, are virtual care and telehealth. Although we understand what these broad approaches to care delivery mean in theory, it’s not always clear how to effectively incorporate them in practice.

Over the last decade, advancements in health technology have given providers better tools to execute on these care-delivery models, but more progress still needs to be made to meet the demands of the rapidly-growing senior patient population. With the COVID-19 pandemic bringing telemedicine and virtual care to the forefront, it is time the healthcare industry turns our attention to the infinite possibilities of remote patient monitoring (RPM) and how that can further improve the efficiency, outcomes, and the cost of delivering care.

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