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Can You Track Medication Adherence with RPM?

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A major benefit offered by remote patient management (RPM) is its power to help drive and track medication adherence — a critical part of any healthcare regimen, the lack of which can be “a big driver of re-hospitalizations and emergency room visits today among the elderly, as well as those with chronic conditions,” as our Care Innovations® experts note. By allowing clinicians to monitor patients’ medication usage on a daily (as opposed to a weekly, monthly or even quarterly) basis, RPM can help keep medication adherence on track. RPM also helps enable informal caregivers to take a greater role in daily care, further ensuring effective medication management.

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