This Week's Challenge: Reimbursement and patient education are the top challenges for organizations as they roll out remote patient monitoring programs, according to HIN's recent survey on benchmarks for remote patient monitoring. Survey respondents also identified other key challenges to remote patient monitoring.
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In 2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Remote Patient Monitoring, this industry survey examines technologies employed in remote monitoring, as well as early impact on access and utilization, especially as a tactic to reduce readmissions. Respondents describe the challenges of launching a remote monitoring initiative, the most effective tool, process or workflow in their program, and results.
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