Remote Patient Monitoring provides measurable improvements in patient health outcomes across treated conditions, including hypertension, obesity, and diabetes. These quantitative patient outcomes provide credible data on patient progression and practitioner performance.
Measurable, cohorted outcome data enables practitioners to know that remote patient monitoring is having a positive impact on patient health, preventing unnecessary emergency care and saving lives.
- High Blood Pressure: -4.7mmHg: Hypertensive patients saw a clinically meaningful average decrease of 4.7 mmHg in blood pressure at 180 days.
- Diabetes: -7.5 mg blood glucose /dL: Diabetic patients saw a clinically meaningful decrease of 7.5 mg/dL in blood glucose within the 180 day period.
- Obesity: -8.2 lbs: Patients who started at >286 lbs lost a clinically meaningful 8.2 lbs in 90 days. After a three month period, the weight reductions were sustained.
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- Major health and cost implications of remote patient monitoring for health care systems.
- Tangible, research-based patient benefits of remote patient monitoring for multiple disease states.
- Perceived impact of remote patient monitoring by care providers on their patient populations.