University of South Alabama’s RMEDE™System

University of South Alabama

University of South Alabama’s RMEDE™System

RMEDE is a secure, web-based, life-state management system that enables in-home monitoring of patients with chronic disease

Remote Patient Monitoring EHR (Electronic Health Record) Patient Satisfaction

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The RMEDE™ Home Monitoring Program is used to track the physiological parameters of patients diagnosed with chronic diseases and report non-compliant ranges to healthcare providers to improve clinical outcomes.

Benefits Include:

  • Innovative Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Technology.
  • Reduced emergency department visits.
  • Shortened inpatient stays.
  • Consistent EHR of patient admissions, discharges, and transfers (ADT) among clinics and providers.
  • Minimized number of avoidable hospital admissions.
  • Improved compliance with provider plan of care.
  • Earlier intervention for uncontrolled disease.
  • Increased patient satisfaction.

In-Home Biomonitoring System for Rurally Based Patients:

  • Uses Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology.

  • Detects threshold violation readings for blood pressure, blood glucose and weight.

  • Provides a link to the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH).

  • Biomonitoring Nurse for patients enrolled in the Medicaid Patient 1st primary care case management (PCCM) program.

  • Monitors congestive heart failure, hypertension, diabetes, and maternity care for Medicaid patient 1st patients.

University of South Alabama’s RMEDE™System