Through Jump $tart and RPM Connect, CAREMINDr enables smaller independent practices to get started immediately, including adding dedicated RPM medical staff, so they can quickly enroll patients and focus on patient care instead of the administrative and technology aspects of RPM. In addition to supporting the flow of patient-generated activity, CAREMINDr can even help practices order home medical devices for new patients through already-established volume purchase arrangements with medical device distributors and vendors.
"Given the financial hardship many practices are facing, we want to do everything possible to help them get started with remote patient monitoring, because it can be an important way for physicians to be successful now, and after the pandemic is over,” Soza said. “Whether it is through Jump $tart, the use of RPM Connect, or access to financial assistance, we are eager to support physicians in taking that first big step into RPM to elevate their practices to the technology standards of today's care.”
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Regis agreed: “A virtual office concept and remote monitoring are the future of primary care. Due to broadband limitations in rural areas, I do not believe telehealth alone will be enough to sustain these practices; they need to add RPM services. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and private payers are already on board. Eventually, RPM with a virtual office concept will be the standard for how primary practices operate. It is truly amazing.”
Practices of any size that are interested in learning more about how CAREMINDr's RPM services might work for them can sign up to receive information at www.CAREMINDr.com/RPM.
CAREMINDr is a health IT company based in Silicon Valley that provides mobile-enabled remote patient monitoring (mRPM) solutions that give physicians the ability to check in on patients in between face-to-face visits. In turn, patients conveniently and efficiently report biometric, objective and subjective data on their health status and social determinants on a condition-dependent, clinically relevant schedule. This establishes an Accountable Dialogue with their Doctors that nurtures trust and engagement. The mRPM approach enables physicians, health systems and payers to reduce emergency department visits and hospital admissions while improving care plan adherence, outcomes, financial performance, and patient satisfaction.Back to HCB News