Dr. Radbill explains why Docuvitals is superior to other remote patient monitoring services.
Here are eight clinical and financial outcomes, ranked by how frequently respondents said they improved during remote patient monitoring programs: 1. Reduced hospital admissions: 38 percent 2. Improved patient satisfaction: 25 percent 3. Reduced readmissions: 25 percent 4. Reduced emergency room visits: 25 percent 5. Quantified cost reductions: 17 percent 6. Improved medication compliance: 13…Details
Effectiveness of Remote Patient Monitoring After Discharge of Hospitalized Patients With Heart Failure: The Better Effectiveness After Transition–Heart Failure (BEAT-HF) Randomized Clinical Trial
A year-long remote monitoring program for patients with heart failure saved more than $8,000 per patient and reduced hospitalizations by more than 30 percent. The @Home study, conducted by Pennsylvania-based Capital Blue Cross and mHealth technology company Geneia, compared Blue Cross members equipped with Medtronic’s ZephyrLIFE home monitoring platform to a control group of non-monitored HF patients. The resulting reductions…Details
Despite the best efforts of clinicians, some hospital readmissions are necessary and unavoidable. A cardiac patient may develop fluid around his or her heart, or infection could set in at a surgical site. Other discharged patients may show up in the emergency department after experiencing vague symptoms such as dizziness or a spike in blood…Details
Using Remote Patient Monitoring Technologies for Better Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes Guidance by American Heart Association