What Are the Leading Health Devices Connected to Telehealth Programs?
Healthcare Performance Benchmarks
February 21, 2018 Vol. IX Issue 9

What Are the Leading Health Devices
Connected to Telehealth Programs?

What Are the Leading Health Devices Connected to Telehealth Programs? A blood press monitor or cuff is the most common device connected to telehealth programs, say 46 percent of respondents to the 2018 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring. The survey also details eight additional devices commonly connected to telehealth or remote patient monitoring programs.

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