Early detection of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbations by remote patient monitoring (RPM) can enable patients to seek treatment earlier…
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.
A clinical trial has found that, for hospitalized patients with diabetes, tracking using a CGM device significantly improves regulation of glucose levels.
Our leadership team participated in the PAVMT Webinar Series on July 22nd entitled “PAs Taking the Lead in Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) – Clinical and Financial Benefits.”