The American Heart Association has long recommended that everyone with high blood pressure monitor their blood pressure at home, maintain a blood pressure journal, and share the data with their physician. But as most clinicians treating patients with cardiovascular disease know all too well, very few patients adhere to this daily schedule. And even those that do are often left guessing what those readings mean for their near-and-long-term health.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is an easy-to-use, technology-enabled solution that allows you to empower your patients to take a more proactive approach to living with chronic cardiac conditions. RPM has been proven effective in reducing blood pressure and managing cardiac risk factors, which can significantly reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, and heart failure.
In this recorded presentation, remote care experts from Optimize Health discuss how to expand cardiac care beyond the practice walls through RPM, covering:
- Why RPM continues to increase in popularity and adoption
- The benefits of RPM for cardiac care (and the body of research behind it)
- Real-life stories of remote cardiac monitoring in action
- How RPM works for chronic cardiac disease states
- Tips for launching a remote cardiac monitoring program
Whether you're launching a new RPM program or evaluating an existing one, this session provides a pragmatic view into implementing remote cardiac monitoring in a way that actually makes sense for your practice and your patients.
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Who is this webinar for?
This free webinar is an ideal resource for:
- Practice owners, executives, administrators, and other healthcare decision-makers working with patients to manage CVD
- Physicians and other qualified healthcare professionals interested in or currently offering some form of remote monitoring
- Non-physician clinical staff involved in remote care decision-making
- Practice or office managers
- Healthcare staff involved in revenue cycle management or optimization
The takeaways from this session can apply to any healthcare setting with a large population of CVD patients, though the examples covered will focus primarily on the following specialties:
- General / family medicine
- Internal medicine