Business Wire: Recent Study Highlights the Outcome and Safety Benefits of Remote Patient Monitoring During the Pandemic and Beyond

study published in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) found that, through recent technological advances in remote monitoring, a patient’s physiological needs can now more often be the primary factor in determining the level of monitoring they receive, rather than their physical location. The study projected that remote monitoring could potentially be associated with 87 percent fewer hospitalizations, 77 percent fewer deaths, reduced per-patient costs of $11,472 over standard care, and gains of 0.013 quality-adjusted life-years. Researchers concluded that the shift of monitoring should be based on need and not location.

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