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Successful RPM needs leading edge tech, thoughtful implementations

The flu season could see benefits from remote patient monitoring (RPM) technology, according to Sarah Martin, President of Honeywell Sensing & Safety Technologies. RPM can streamline workflows, reduce healthcare professionals workloads, and lead to positive patient outcomes. Cost-effective and reducing hospital readmissions, the technology also reduces patients’ stress and improves their quality of life. During cold and flu season, RPM can manage resources efficiently and alleviate physician shortages by allowing remote management of less critical cases. By providing 24/7 monitoring and personalized attention, RPM may pave the way for a new era in healthcare.

Source: www.healthcareitnews.com –

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