At-home remote patient monitoring as a tool to support real-time, video-enabled telehealth services has tremendous potential for better managing seniors and other patients with serious chronic conditions. “But how do we pay for it?” asks Naveen Rao, lead analyst at Chilmark Research.

In a new report, Rao walks through the “sketchy” reimbursement environment of real-time home healthcare and discusses what can be done to encourage greater use of these technologies, including biometric sensors and web/mobile apps to communicate, educate and engage chronically ill patients.

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