Remote patient monitoring for value based care organizations provides cost-effective actionable insights and patient engagement in order to prioritize outreach.
Value-based Telehealth Problems and Our Solution
- RPM solutions are too complex
- Not scalable or efficient
- Expensive, prohibitive pricing
- Expensive, hard to use devices
- Limited disease/condition use cases
- Easy to use, patient focussed solution
- Scalable to 1,000,000 + patients
- Less than $10 per patient per 30 days
- Use existing devices, or none at all
- Works with ALL chronic health conditions, mental health conditions, and ancillary health needs
- 24/7 operation by State licensed RN’s
- Individualized care plans
- Multimode patient communication (call, message, app, portal, video, etc)
Monitoring Solutions to Support Value Based Care
If you need to …
- Improve Value Based Care Metrics
- Minimize ED Utilization
- Boost Patient Engagement
An Individualized and Customized Patient Experience
Real Time Risk Monitoring
- Question/Answer workflow with embedded clinical measurement
- Easy to use App and Web Portal
- Use existing patient devices
Measure vital signs, including:
- Blood saturation / pulse
- Respiration rate
- Blood Pressure
- Blood Glucose
- ECG / CTG
- Lung function
- Continuous glucose measurement
- Glucose / Protein in urine
Personalized Patient Experience and Monitoring Plan
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