Aneel Irfan of Trapollo Talks Remote Patient Monitoring
In 2016, 7.1M Americans were enrolled in some form of remote patient monitoring program – a 44%
increase in 2016 from the year before. Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) uses digital technologies to
collect medical data from 1 location and electronically and securely transmits to healthcare providers in
another location for the purposes of assessment and making recommendations. The patient’s HOME is
increasingly becoming a big part of the health care delivery system worldwide.
Benefits of RPM include: improved patient access, decreased costs and improved healthcare outcomes. RPM is also keeping
patients out of the hospital. Last year, the US had 130M ER visits, but only 9% of these patients were
admitted for care. We are focusing on keeping patients healthier at home and getting interventional care
earlier and at an appropriate level. Join Aneel Irfan from Trapollo, one of the market leaders of
telehealth and in RPM management, as we discuss Remote Patient Monitoring.
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