Remote patient monitoring technologies increase patient access, improve outcomes, and reduce costs for patients with chronic conditions. As grant-funded pilot programs continue to demonstrate these benefits, organizations are expanding from pilot programs that monitor patients with specific conditions, such as congestive heart failure to programs that monitor a variety of conditions and complex patients.
However, organizations scaling remote monitoring services across clinical programs and care sites often find themselves duplicating time- and resource-intensive investment processes with each expansion step. Many programs are less effective or less efficient than expected, limiting opportunities to demonstrate ROI to secure additional investment.
The following 10 tactics detail how to efficiently and effectively scale remote patient monitoring programs that address the needs of diverse patient populations.