Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) - technology that allows medical practitioners monitor patient's health vitals outside clinical environment, providing increased patients access and lower cost on medical services.
Including RPM into chronic disease treatment protocol (such as hypertension, diabetes) may significantly decrease a risk of cardiovascular complications, minimize health monitoring cost, and support patients mobility. Besides, having a real-time monitoring and uninterrupted medical support provides a piece of mind not only for patients, but also for their family members.
The key features of RPM, such as remote monitoring and health vitals analysis, allow early detection of health problems, thus reducing emergency visits and the length of a hospital stay.
In other words, each patient has a designated healthcare specialist constantly monitoring his or her state of health, and immediately reacting on patient's health deterioration. Health devices (such as blood pressure and blood sugar level monitors, ECG units, etc.) automatically transfer patient's vital measurements to the medical practitioner for further analysis and decision making.
Among all other RPM solutions available on the market our major advantage is a response time on the monitored health vitals. Medical practitioners receive info on critical vitals or their absence immediately, in real time. Other RPM systems transmit info into the designated data base, and after that the monitored vitals are retrieved by the health professional upon a special request (usually once or twice a day), while our RPM signals the monitored health vitals directly to the medical practitioner immediately upon a reach of the programmed critical level.