Trends in Remote Patient Monitoring
Most informatics professionals at 100 healthcare organizations surveyed by Spyglass Consulting Group were evaluating remote patient monitoring technology (RPM) to support population health management. Fifty-four percent of respondents were accountable care organizations and 26 percent were evaluating other at-risk payment and care delivery models. In an 81-page report on survey results, Spyglass Consulting examines remote monitoring trends.
High Interest in Remote Monitoring
Seventy-seven percent of providers surveyed were evaluating RPM solutions to help manage value-based care risk associated with supporting large chronically ill populations to help achieve the Triple AIM of improving care quality and outcomes, controlling healthcare costs, and increasing patient satisfaction.