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Becker’s Hospital Review

New remote patient monitoring (RPM) codes for 2019 finally attach a definitive payment for general physiological remote monitoring of chronic conditions. As healthcare organizations introduce these programs, they will likely notice a powerful benefit: improved patient engagement due to “nudging” patients to report their outcomes via mobile-enabled RPM (mRPM).

LinkedIn Healthcare Channel

The wearable health-monitoring device market is expected to reach $14.4 billion by 2022, up from $6.2 billion in 2017. Mobile-enabled remote patient monitoring is one way to harness the flow of patient-reported data and outcomes, for earlier and more meaningful interventions that can improve outcomes and save healthcare costs.

Managed Healthcare Executive

In an increasingly competitive Medicare Advantage marketplace, Star Ratings and HEDIS scores have become more crucial than ever before. Learn how mobile-enabled remote patient monitoring can engage patients and change behaviors that can improve these performance measures.

Healthcare IT News

In this article focusing on population health innovation by Bill Siwicki of HIMSS Media’s Healthcare IT News, Rutgers Health family physician Dr. Alfred Tallia explains how he’s using CAREMINDr’s mobile-enabled remote patient monitoring solution with his patients to significantly improve engagement and adherence and to achieve better outcomes.

Medical Economics

When Medicare’s Chronic Care Management (CCM) program launched a few years ago, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) offered to pay medical practices about $40 per patient per month (now $45) for between-visit management of Medicare patients with two or more chronic conditions. But relatively few primary care practices have taken on CCM. Mobile-enabled remote patient monitoring is an easy, efficient way to do that.

Becker’s Hospital Review

The latest version of the Apple Watch that has electrocardiogram capabilities is just one of the hundreds of wearable monitoring devices and countless apps now available. Mobile-enabled remote patient monitoring is an important tool when it comes to transforming this data deluge into a stream of meaningful and actionable insights.

Baby Boomers are FitBit-using, Facebook-chatting professionals and retirees who regularly integrate mobile technology into their daily lives. So if group medical practices offer them a mobile-enabled remote patient monitoring solution to monitor their health in between appointments, many will embrace the idea and become more engaged in their own care.