Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a device(s) that collects a wide range of patient health data, such as vital signs, weight, and blood pressure and transmits it via the internet to a health care provider. The collected data allows a health care provider to monitor changes in patient vital signs and act accordingly. RPM encourages patients to take more control of their health.

Elderly woman in bed using telehealth

Using Virtual Care to Enhance Home Health Services

Virtual Access to team members to reduce the stress of being home after an in-patient stay

Virtual Check-Ins help quickly identify patients who may be declining or having exacerbation. Interventions can be performed remotely to decrease risk of E.D. visit

2-8% Readmission Rate for patients receiving virtual care in combination with in-home services

Diagnosis Specific Education pushed out through text messaging and secure messaging