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A New Vision for Remote Patient Monitoring: Creating Sustainable Financial, Operational and Clinical Outcomes

As healthcare moves out of the brick-and-mortar traditional setting into patients' homes and their workplaces, and becomes much more proactive, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) has been expanding its remote patient monitoring program.

The remote patient monitoring program at UPMC has its roots in the heart failure program but has since expanded to additional disease states across the integrated delivery system's continuum of care.

A New Vision for Remote Patient Monitoring: Creating Sustainable Financial, Operational and Clinical Outcomes delves into the evolution of UPMC's remote patient monitoring program from its initial focus on heart failure to how the program was scaled vertically and horizontally.

This report shares the history of the program, how this framed its expansion and how the organization is ensuring the long-term sustainability of the program in terms of financing, operations and clinical outcomes. Order your copy today for $89 in our Online Bookstore or by calling toll-free (888) 446-3530.


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