It’s Time to Transform Remote Patient Monitoring to Remote Patient Care

The Value of RPM Reimbursement

How fee-for-service and value-based care organizations benefit in 2022

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is transforming patient care by providing precise PGHD between in-person visits to improve outcomes, increase patient engagement, streamline clinical efficiency, and lower costs. Now, CMS is expanding CPT code reimbursement for RPM, CCM, RTM and telehealth to provide an additional revenue stream for healthcare organizations.

Automated, Asynchronous Remote Care Could Be Just What The Doctor Orders

The majority of clinical decisions are made based on a “snapshot in time” of our health, measured and recorded during a medical encounter. But our health “happens” all the time. Not just when we are in the clinic or the hospital.

A True Win-Win: Reducing Rehospitalization with RPM

Many healthcare organizations are now turning to advanced Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) systems to reduce rehospitalization rates. For almost all types of at-home care, RPM is revolutionizing standard of care, while also lowering the burden on care teams, keeping costs in check, and dramatically reducing hospital readmissions.

When RPM meets RPA

As medical technology has advanced over the years, we now have the power to greatly improve patient outcomes by remotely collecting patient generated health data (PGHD). This power also presents a challenge to efficiency by requiring more resources to monitor and react to the incoming remote care data. Is there a way to win both worlds? Better outcomes without increasing, or even decreasing operational costs?


Datos health partners with medial earlysign, augments artificial intelligence with remote care automation to optimize patient care

Collaboration will Provide Healthcare Organizations an End-to-End Solution for Early Identification and Improved Care for High-Risk Populations


Datos Health Announces New Partnership For Study Measuring Impact Of Digital Solutions On Heart Failure Treatment

Breakthrough Multicentered Study will Evaluate Efficacy of Digital Health Data Collection Outside the Clinic for Guideline-Directed Heart Failure Therapy