The Remote Patient Monitoring Playbook: Operations, Best Practices, and ROI
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) adoption accelerated over the past 18 months in response to COVID-19, but its use going forward will be essential to the future of care delivery in the U.S. RPM and the continuous care models it enables through real-time data access is uniquely suited to the challenges of chronic condition management.
These personal health data provide ongoing insight into a person’s day-to-day health metrics, lifestyle and behavioral decisions, and subsequent trends. At scale, they have demonstrated an ability to reduce urgent care visits, ER visits, and hospital admissions. Moreover, Validic-powered programs have demonstrated sustained engagement – 76% of members are capturing device readings twice a day after 90 days in the program.
Now is the time to scale remote condition management. Today, 60% of the U.S. population has at least one chronic condition – driving a majority of national health spending. With a projected shortage of 1 million healthcare workers by 2025 and more than 75% of workers reporting burnout in 2020, solutions like RPM will need to play a more prominent role in improving health outcomes while reducing costs and clinical burden.
Join Drew Schiller, CEO and Co-Founder of Validic, Angie Stevens, Chief Strategy Officer of Iron Bow, Dave Icke, VP of Digital Health & Analytics of Humana, and Ann Mond Johnson, CEO of the American Telemedicine Association as they discuss:
- Market Trends for providers and payers delivering virtual care programs
- Best Practices across operations and technology to launch and scale RPM programs
- Real-World ROI demonstrating improved health outcomes, member engagement, and operational efficiency from condition management programs
- Drew Schiller, CO-Founder & CEO, Validic
- Angie Stevens, Chief Strategy Officer, Iron Bow
- Dave Icke, VP of Digital Health & Analytics, Humana
- Ann Mond Johnson, CEO, ATA