Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is considered one of the most sought after solutions for improving healthcare delivery. However, when it comes to the practical implementation of RPM, there are many questions to be answered, including: Who to trust with actually..Read more
In the UK, the NHS is facing a seemingly insurmountable series of challenges at the moment. Talk of the NHS being in crisis is not ‘news’ in the sense that, for years, the organisation has been facing higher numbers of admissions, tougher targets and insufficient..Read more
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) has the potential to transform patient care completely. If implemented widely, it will revolutionise the patient experience and enable healthcare services to manage their resources much more effectively than they are able to now by..Read more
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is becoming increasingly popular among patients and the healthcare profession. It is a trend that allows for close monitoring of a patient’s condition without them having to be in a hospital 24 hours a day.
Thanks to advances in..Read more