Our Remote Patient Monitoring Programs: We offer specialized RPM and CCM (chronic care management) services for a range of acute and chronic conditions, such as heart failure, diabetes, hypertension, and COPD.
We provide in-person and remote care teams staffed with Nurses and assistants working under clinical supervision of our Director of Nursing and our Physician Medical Director.
We collaborate with leading Hospitals, Physician Groups, Physician practices and Independent Living Communities across DFW to:
Our Remote Patient Monitoring Programs: We offer specialized RPM support for a host of acute and recurrent/chronic conditions, such as heart failure, diabetes, hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), post acute recovery, and fall or stroke rehabilitation. We can offer specialized expertise integrating RPM and HH capabilities to support your patient population across the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex with RPM. As part of that, we will collaborate with partner Hospitals, Physician Groups, Physician practices and Independent Living Communities to:
Hospital readmissions are often preventable. With remote patient monitoring (RPM) and chronic care management (CCM) programs, Providers can regularly access and monitor leading clinical indicators to keep patients healthy at home and avoid preventable admissions especially post procedure. For example, we have seen our RPM helps cut readmission rates of congestive heart failure patients by 50%.
Key levers that we deploy to improve patient satisfaction, provider satisfaction and reduce readmissions:
In one of the largest RPM studies, Mass Gen researchers enrolled more than 10,000 patients in their hypertension and cholesterol optimization program, and collected more than 424,000 blood pressure readings and 139,000 laboratory reports on their health metrics. The results were impressive! Patients achieved an average systolic blood pressure decline of 9.7 mmHg, and an average cholesterol level decrease of 37 mmHg, both fairly significant changes. Alexander Blood, the lead author from the Hospital’s Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, credits the success of their RPM to the ability to access patients outside the four walls of the practice. “We meet the patients where they are, communicate and co-manage their health through the channels they preferred, including home health, connected devices, patient portals, text, email, or phone calls while the patient is at home.”
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