What to Look for in Your Remote Patient Monitoring Solution
At the end of the day, having great technology is critical, but there are also other factors that should be considered when making a decision on a solution, such as patient comfort and adherence, company leadership, whether the solution is scalable, and even the ability to use the system in the hospital to supplement or replace existing technologies.
Actionable data comes from devices that can be worn comfortably and with minimal or no disruption to the patient’s everyday life. Therefore, factors such as device weight, size, adhesion, longevity, flexibility, and battery life are all criteria to be considered when choosing an RPM system.
Not one size fits all, but in choosing your RPM the closest fit should take into account all current as well as potential future needs.
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