RPM Market Forecast Doubles in One Year

Insider Intelligence has doubled the market forecast for Remote Patient Monitoring since their initial estimate in August of 2020.

Citing an acceleration in technology adoption by patients and providers during the pandemic, among other factors, their estimate of US users “skyrocketed to 60.6 million” by 2024.

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Stroke Survivors Benefit from RPM

Columbia University research demonstrated that stroke survivors who received a multi-faceted care model, including Remote Patient Monitoring, called Telehealth After Stroke Care (TASC) showed improvements in “patient engagement, patient access and blood pressure levels three months after the first stroke.”

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Stroke Survivors Benefit from RPM

Columbia University research demonstrated that stroke survivors who received a multi-faceted care model, including Remote Patient Monitoring, called Telehealth After Stroke Care (TASC) showed improvements in “patient engagement, patient access and blood pressure levels three months after the first stroke.”