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How Does RPM Benefit the Patient?

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Remote patient management (RPM) offers a variety of benefits to the patients who utilize it. Because it provides constant monitoring, education, support and feedback, patients often feel more engaged with their healthcare regimen, and are more likely to adhere to health goals (and resist falling back on unhealthy habits and behavior). RPM has also been shown to improve patient behavior by providing a sense of accountability, as well as the assurance that someone is watching out for their health and well-being — a powerful incentive that can make all the difference in terms of health outcomes.

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