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.
- 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.