Remote patient monitoring improves medical practice efficiency and patient outcomes—and it’s growing in the United States. Patient interest in remote monitoring services has grown by 30% in the past few years, and it’s estimated that 30 million patients will seek telehealth and remote patient monitoring by 2024. ]The American Medical Association recently surveyed healthcare providers and found that 90% were interested in or were already evaluating remote patient monitoring technologies. The federal government has also expanded Medicare in the past few years to cover remote patient monitoring services among patients with long-term, acute medical conditions.
This article will explore how remote patient monitoring software and RPM devices transform healthcare delivery.