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How Remote Patient Monitoring Can Help Advance Health Equity

A patient checking their glucometer at home.
Remote patient monitoring: The ability to monitor certain aspects of a patient's health from their own home has become an increasingly popular telehealth option. Remote patient monitoring lets providers manage acute and chronic conditions. And it cuts down on patients' travel costs and infection risk.

"The growing attention and concerted effort towards improving health equity promise great things for the future, fueled additionally by the technological advancements that serve as tailwinds for progress. Both patients and providers today are much more comfortable using telehealth and other forms of virtual care than before the pandemic. By leveraging RPM and other digital health solutions as an important part of a multi-prong approach to care delivery, a future where all patients have equal access to high-quality healthcare becomes a closer reality." - Florence Kariuki MHA BSN RN

Exciting times as healthcare continues to evolve and tap into the potential to use modern technology to reduce the barriers around receiving high quality care!

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