THE ULTIMATE STARTER KIT FOR REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING
HealthLeaders features a perspective from Sudipto Srivastava, vice president of digital solutions at HSS, about the best practices for remote patient monitoring.
Mr. Srivastava said with the exponential increase in the use of telehealth during the pandemic, patients are now familiar with seeing their clinical team in virtual settings. Simultaneously, health systems have realized the importance of monitoring patients outside the healthcare facility and are building advanced remote patient monitoring (RPM) programs to address this continued need. Creating a scalable RPM program requires careful thought.
He explained there can be pitfalls in implementing a robust RPM program—from distractions like the Shiny Toy syndrome to missed clinical alerts. It is important to remember the 4 D's: Devices, Data, Dialogue, and Dropping charges when getting started.
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