Should We Use RPM for Episodes of Care, Long-Term, or Both?
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Should remote patient management (RPM) be utilized for short-term or long-term episodes of care? The answer can be both, depending on your organization’s (and your patients’) specific needs. “I’ve seen RPM used very successfully in shorter-term, 30-day episodes of care that might be in a post-acute setting, and also in a home health setting where you’re transitioning a patient to self-management,” says Bryan Pruden, Chief Financial Officer for Care Innovations®, in this brief video. Regarding long-term episodes, Bryan also describes how RPM can be successfully implemented to help diabetic populations manager their conditions (as one example).
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