Remote physiological monitoring: clinical, financial, and behavioral outcomes in a heart failure population.

@article{Hudson2005RemotePM,
  title={Remote physiological monitoring: clinical, financial, and behavioral outcomes in a heart failure population.},
  author={Laurel R. Hudson and G. Brent Hamar and Patty Orr and Jeffrey H. Johnson and Amy Neftzger and Richard S Chung and Myra L Williams and William M. Gandy and Albert G. Crawford and Janice Clarke and Neil I. Goldfarb},
  journal={Disease management : DM},
  year={2005},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={372-81}
}
This article reports on the outcomes associated with remote physiological monitoring (RPM) conducted as part of a heart failure disease management program. Claims data, medical records, data transmission records, and survey results for 91 individuals ages 50-92 (mean 74 years) successfully completing a heart failure RPM program were analyzed for time periods before, during, and after the monitoring intervention. The program was associated with significant reductions in per member per month… CONTINUE READING

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