Remote Patient Monitoring, or RPM, is a revolutionary program designed to help healthcare providers monitor patients with chronic conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes, and COPD, using user-friendly portable cellular devices. With RPM, patients test themselves as often as necessary using medical devices like blood pressure cuffs, glucose meters, pulse oximeters, and weight scales, all from the comfort of their own homes. Resulting data is transmitted in real-time to clinical staff and physicians for analysis.
TelHealthNow RPM revolutionizes healthcare by seamlessly connecting patients with specific chronic conditions to comprehensive care, all from the comfort of their own homes. Our process harmoniously integrates medical expertise and cutting-edge technology to create a streamlined pathway for patients to receive the attention they need, tailored to their unique needs.
The journey begins with an assessment and triage phase, where our skilled professionals evaluate patient eligibility through teleconferencing or videoconferencing. This initial step ensures that the program is well-suited to the individual's chronic condition. Subsequently, patient charts are meticulously reviewed by certified physicians, securely transmitted over an encrypted network to ensure privacy and compliance. Upon approval, patients are prescribed specialized devices, carefully chosen to address their specific health requirements. These devices are swiftly dispatched to the patient's location, ensuring a hassle-free process. Our user-friendly devices are designed to be easily operated, and our knowledgeable agents are on hand to assist patients in taking accurate readings and transmitting data seamlessly to their electronic charts.
Continuous monitoring is the cornerstone of TelHealthNow RPM. Each time the patient uses the device, crucial data is securely transmitted to their electronic chart. Our team of dedicated telemedicine experts and physicians closely monitor these readings, allowing for proactive healthcare management. Personalized alerts are established by physicians, ensuring that patients are notified promptly if any readings deviate from the normal range. This may involve reminders for medication adherence or suggestions for enhanced health management.