Key Benefits of Remote Patient Monitoring are v:
Ease of use: Although remote patient monitoring requires the use of technology, it is still suitable for elderly patients–patients simply have to navigate everyday devices, such as a mobile or tablet, to partake in streamlined communications and basic monitoring.
Accessibility: Remote patient monitoring provides accessible healthcare to those located remotely, but also opens the doors to specialists and experts based in different cities, countries, or even continents. This helps to spread knowledge and resources where it is most needed.
Assurance: For patients suffering from chronic illnesses or elderly patients living on their own, the assurance that they are constantly monitored and their healthcare professionals are directly contactable can provide the comfort and peace of mind by knowing they’re in safe hands.
Patient engagement: Patients tend to be more active and involved in managing their own remote healthcare, making contact with their physicians and gathering their own data, which ultimately has a positive impact on a patient’s lifestyle and gives them a greater sense of control and well-being.
Cost-effective: Remote patient monitoring cuts costs for both patients and healthcare institutions alike. Using remote access solution, a patient’s transport costs can be dramatically reduced, and so too can an institution’s in-house operational costs and resources.
Improved quality: RPM ensures that healthcare experts have instant access to all important data at any given time. With it, patients and physicians can enjoy easy and quick communication that lets issues be handled as soon as they arise and without hours spent in a doctor’s waiting room.