How Does RPM Affect the Triple Aim of Healthcare?
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Remote patient management (RPM) is uniquely positioned to satisfy the “triple aim” of healthcare — health, satisfaction and cost — by offering clinicians expanded access to patients, and making care more comfortable and convenient for patients. That comfort leads to better adherence, improving the capacity for self-management; daily interaction between clinicians and patients leads to more satisfactory outcomes. And RPM lowers costs by “moving the basis for intervention from a reactive point of view to a proactive point of view,” says Care Innovations® CEO Randy Swanson. This enables clinicians to stay a few steps ahead of emergency hospitalizations, thereby lowering costs and improving health outcomes.
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