Should We Use FDA Regulated Equipment for Our RPM Program?
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When developing a remote patient management program, is it important to use equipment that’s been approved by the FDA? Yes, advise our experts, because utilizing FDA-regulated equipment also means gaining a certain measure of quality control and assurance. Since the data gathered by RPM programs is ultimately used for clinical interventions, its accuracy, security and privacy are all paramount. And when that information has been through a complete “series of quality metrics,” and “you know it’s audited on a regular basis,” then you can be more confident that you’ve implemented a solution that’s effective and robust, as our RPM experts explain in this exclusive video.
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