Summary:

“Remote monitoring is digital technology that collects biometric data (e.g., blood pressure, oxygen saturation, glucose levels) from a patient at one location, analyzes and interprets that data and transmits it to care providers at another location.”

“Until recently, RPM was mostly used for diagnostic purposes. For example, patients might wear a 30-day heart monitor to check for arrhythmias and heart failure or use an at-home sleep study kit to screen for sleep apnea. These proprietary devices involved patches and wires, and patients only used them for a short period of time.”

Article written by  Taylor Mallory Holland

21|12|2020

Source:

Insights Samsung

https://insights.samsung.com/2020/01/21/how-remote-patient-monitoring-is-reducing-readmissions-in-2020/

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