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What Types of Data Sources Can be Included in a RPM Program?

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One of the factors that makes RPM so effective is its power to collect many disparate forms of patient data. And this variety further empowers healthcare providers by providing more avenues of insight into just patient behavior — they can see not just their patients’ vital signs, but also the behaviors that inform their understanding of those vital signs. “There’s objective data, which is very important for managing a patient, but there’s also a lot of subjective data,” says Julie Cherry (RN, MSN), who explains how this data offers insight into how often a patient makes nocturnal bathroom trips, raids the refrigerator, or other simple daily patterns that can inform larger health concerns.

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