Remote patient monitoring provides excellent chronic disease management plans by encouraging drug compliance. Once they are discharged without monitoring, many patients will find it difficult to adhere to their treatment plan. This is the reason for the high incidence rate, hospitalization rate and readmission rate of patients with chronic diseases. Remote patient monitoring helps them sort out drugs and remind them to take drugs to improve drug compliance.
Remote patient monitoring helps disease management by constantly reminding patients to comply with prescriptions and lifestyle behaviors. As patients observe their daily progress on the application, they can understand how prescriptions and lifestyle behaviors affect daily biometrics.
It helps doctors automate and act on alerts to quickly identify relevant readings and trends. The RPM device has a built-in wearable biosensor that can monitor each activity of the patient. These wearable biosensors are non-invasive devices for acquiring, transmitting, processing, storing and retrieving health-related data, which can be used for self-monitoring and doctor evaluation to make clinical decisions.
Doctors can use the company's application to conduct face-to-face interviews with patients. In contrast, patients report biometric data about their health status and lifestyle behaviors that affect their health through patient-oriented applications. It enables doctors to detect the deterioration of their health condition earlier, and at the same time, promote their actions and responses through repeated and automatic contact with patients, thus encouraging them to comply with the treatment plan.
RPM device is usually supported by home medical devices such as blood glucose meter, blood pressure cuff, thermometer and pulse oximeter. For example, TeleRPM BPM Gen 1 is a specially designed blood pressure monitor approved by FDA. The wireless blood pressure cuff measures systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate, and then quickly transmits accurate real-time data to the healthcare platform through encrypted 4G wireless technology. The device collects and digitally updates patient health information, which reduces the need for manual data collection. Technology is making things better, including providing information digitally. You can check the information you need with just a few clicks. The medical system has gradually embraced the digital world. Now data is input rather than written down, and can be retrieved at any time.
RPM has non-invasive sensors for monitoring personal vital signs. It collects, transmits, processes and stores the information for doctors to evaluate. For example, the 4G wireless smart scale TeleRPM Scale Gen 2 provides accurate weight data for remote patients, which is connected to the health monitoring platform. With the information on the remote patient monitoring system, doctors can make clinical decisions. The doctor can adjust the treatment according to the effect of the treatment plan. If the patient's health condition is improving or regressing, they will also change the treatment plan according to the actual condition. They will also suggest which lifestyle patients should take to improve their overall health.