In recent years, home monitoring technologies like remote patient management (RPM) have emerged as a powerful solution to help offset a series of issues plaguing the healthcare industry, such as:
- Rapidly escalating costs of care
- Lack of access to care services in rural and underserved parts of the U.S.
- An increasing number of elderly Americans in need of care
Offering improvements in early detection, timely intervention, patient engagement, and improved health outcomes, home monitoring technology has been shown to be increasingly effective in addressing these concerns. However, it’s also still perceived to be cost prohibitive (or simply out of scope) by some organizations.
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Home monitoring technology “has the potential to engage patients in their own care, and offer health care providers information about patients’ daily activity patterns, which can enable early detection of health transitions, and the prevention of significant health exacerbations, at a relatively low cost,” as the authors note.