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Is RPM Only for Senior Patient Populations?

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Remote patient management (RPM) was initially used to improve chronic condition management for senior populations. However, thanks to evolving technology, as well as changes in the way people of all ages interact with that technology, innovative RPM providers are expanding far beyond seniors to support a variety of age groups, as well as acute care and even wellness populations. Today, because RPM “can help people to learn how to self-support, self manage, or engage with healthy behaviors,” it’s commonly used to help treat populations such as those with high-risk pregnancies, organ transplants, diabetes and pediatric diabetes, among many others.

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