You’ve moved at lightning speeds to implement new operations and make use of technology to scale your team and support your patients. But as you emerge from the pandemic, what’s required for a long-term, sustainable virtual health strategy?
This presentation defines and examines Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring, a scalable and accessible approach to extending virtual care to the much larger patient populations requiring clinically actionable engagement and support. While nearly all health care organizations pour their resources and staff into COVID-19, step through specific examples of how innovative payer and risk-bearing providers use remote patient monitoring to defend and grow both revenue and relationships, so that COVID-19 does not jeopardize revenue or market size in the coming months.
- Understand and integrate Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring into a strategic plan that captures upside in at-risk contracts without sacrificing fee-for-service and telehealth revenue streams
- Identify areas of health care, such as behavioral health and social determinants of health, where traditional remote patient monitoring is neither financially nor technologically feasible
- Apply a framework to assess the potential return on investment for a specific organization, including focus on chronic condition remote monitoring, based on population make-up and contract types