Implementing a successful, compliant, outcomes-driven virtual care management program for hypertensive patient populations is not easy. With so many options in the health technology and care management space, selecting the right partner can be confusing and time-consuming. There are so many factors to consider when looking to manage complex populations holistically, virtually, and at scale.
While some providers have started to adopt remote patient monitoring as an answer to the hypertension puzzle, the overall effectiveness of remote patient monitoring (RPM) alone remains unproven. A recent article from JAMA Internal Medicine looking at the cost-effectiveness of RPM found that the dominant primary diagnosis for general RPM services was hypertension (62.5%), though the authors noted that remote monitoring initiatives have mixed results for improving patient outcomes.
Choose a partner that prioritizes outcomes with a platform that enables evidence-based hypertension management, so you can make effective clinical decisions at the right time.
Treat the whole patient with remote patient monitoring and chronic care management powered by the right technology.
Download the Hypertension Virtual Care Management Best Practices guide to learn six best practices for virtual hypertension management and learn how you can:
- Manage hypertension at scale
- Treat the whole patient with virtual care management
- Deploy a flexible virtual solution with a human touch
- Support your most vulnerable patients with evidence-based remote care
- Extend the reach of your practice into patients’ home
- And more