Remote Patient Monitoring for Hypertension

Patients enrolled in patient monitoring for hypertension have seen their blood pressures stabilize The program has been tested at several sites during which, patients were given access to the system after being diagnosed with hypertension. After six months, researchers found that those who used the program had significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure than those who did not use the program.

The program is designed to help patients with high blood pressure control it by providing a daily reminder of when they should take medication, as well as an alarm that will sound if the patient does not take his or her medications on time. Patients are also able to track their own blood pressure readings over time using the program’s graphs feature which are then delivered in real time to their healthcare provider who is then able to receive real time alerts when abnormal readings are provided; thus, enabling them to take immediate action.

Using RPM Devices

In Hospitalizations
in Hospital Readmissions
HbA1c Results
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