Telehealth Primer: Chronic Disease Management

Public and private payers are increasingly tying financial incentives to chronic disease outcomes. Payment models like the Medicare Hospital Readmission Reduction Program, shared savings, and patient-centered medical homes have spurred enormous interest in innovative ways to better manage chronic diseases.

How can telehealth help manage chronic diseases?

Telehealth platforms like virtual visits, remote patient monitoring devices, and web-based communication tools offer significant potential to improve care and achieve cost-savings. These tools can be used to more effectively educate patients and their families, develop and share care plans, monitor symptoms, and manage medications. Download this primer to learn more about the business case for telehealth technologies in chronic disease management.

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