ST. PETERSBURG, Florida – A new platform from RPM Healthcare, RPM365, offers healthcare professionals (HCPs) and their patients an easy-to-implement tool for remote patient monitoring
While telehealth visits have provided an alternative to in-person office visits for some patients. Without an RPM solution, critical physiological information needed to make diagnoses and design treatment plans is missing.
The open comment period on the proposed 2021 Physician Fee Schedule from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will close at 5pm E.T. on October 5th.
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven a large shift toward telehealth and remote patient monitoring, particularly among patients with chronic conditions.
A growing body of research supports remote patient monitoring for cardiovascular disease, citing benefits from regular communication and blood pressure checks.
A recent study observed a reduction in hypertension and cardiac events for patients receiving remote blood pressure monitoring and regular telehealth visits with a pharmacist as compared to patients treated with usual care.