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What is Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)?
What is Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)?
Written by Ben Johnston
Updated over a week ago

Medicare has long attempted to incentive providers to engage with elderly patients more proactively, versus traditional periodic visits when a patient’s condition has escalated. To drive this initiative forward, Medicare's Remote Patient Monitoring program compensates providers for recommending and reviewing data from products like 100Plus that monitor patients. Remote patient monitoring simply refers to the use of technology to record health data for review by a provider in a different location than the patient. It is a great resource for many physicians caring for patients who are suffering from chronic conditions, are less mobile, are at risk of falling, or are geographically separated from their healthcare providers.

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