Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring


Remote health and wellness monitoring is transforming healthcare through the power of mobile cloud computing and the Internet of Things. Recent policy changes during the COVID-19 pandemic have reduced barriers to telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM), and have promoted the use of telehealth as a way to deliver acute, chronic, primary and specialty care. By leveraging the medical data collected from medical devices, sensors, implant devices, and wearables, a patient’s well-being can be monitored in real-time between home, hospital, and beyond.

Today’s Challenges

One-third of adults live with more than one chronic condition improving patient triage to determine and evaluate risk, reduce non-emergent office visits and remotely monitor patients addressing the surge in demand for self-care devices/solutions Shifting patients to lower-cost settings


Desired Outcomes

Decrease the risk of infection exposure for doctors, staff, and patients increase access for patients living in rural areas remotely monitor the vitals of post-surgery patients in real-time improve patient experience and care satisfaction reduce readmissions and overall healthcare cost


Use Case Summary

Telehealth represents the interactive, electronic exchange of information for the purpose of diagnosis, intervention, or ongoing care management between a patient and/or health care providers situated remotely average telehealth and RPM as a way to deliver acute, chronic, primary, and specialty care