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Chronic Disease Management

Top 10 Remote Patient Monitoring Solutions for Hospitals

July 7, 2017 - To enhance care delivery and improve patient outcomes for conditions that need constant surveillance, hospitals are increasing their use of remote patient monitoring solutions. Integrated remote monitoring solutions with messaging and alert systems can let providers know when patients are in stable or critical conditions without the need for hospital room. Remote monitoring can improve the...


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