This video covers the topic of what is Remote Patient Monitoring and its Impact on Healthcare.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a promising field that has the potential to improve clinical outcomes and reduce chronic care costs. At present, about 88% of hospitals are spending or thinking to invest in remote patient monitoring. 68% of healthcare organizations fully wish to use remote patient monitoring solutions to support providers maintain the health of high-risk patients, according to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
—– What is Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)? —–
Remote patient monitoring is a technology to enable monitoring of patients outside of conventional clinical settings, such as in the home or in a remote area, which may increase access to care and decrease healthcare delivery costs. Remote Patient Monitoring uses digital technologies to collect medical and other forms of health data from individuals in one location and electronically transmit that information securely to health care providers in a different location for assessment and recommendations. It allows care providers to use mobile medical devices to track vitals or/and analyze data in real-time.
—— How does remote patient monitoring work? ——
The remote patient monitoring method is a healthcare delivery method that applies technology to observe patient health outside of a traditional clinical setting. It receives biometric data (such as heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen levels, and sleep quality) from a patient’s location, then examines and explains that data, and sends it to the caregiver at another place. Monitoring programs can collect a wide range of health data from the point of care, such as vital signs, weight, blood pressure, blood sugar, blood oxygen levels, heart rate, and electrocardiograms. RPM can undertake the same observations of a patient as a nurse at the bedside, so the optional re-admissions and appointments can be limited.
—– Wearable and Mobile Technology for Remote Patient Monitoring —–
Wearable and mobile technology devices are intended to assemble a vast array of fitness and physiological data, and sleep and exercise data, doing high-level analytics to control patients at their location. Smart solutions built into wearables technology combines with smartphone applications to send collected health data (such as heart rate, balance, and sleep patterns) direct to the healthcare provider, instead of demanding patients to take their vitals or visit the physicians for the same.
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