SISGAIN highlights the development of a remote patient monitoring program in the Covid-19 pandemic

A research by the SISGAIN highlights the development and implementation of the remote patient monitoring program, which has served more than 1000 patients across different states.
CANONSBURG, Pa. - Nov. 18, 2021 - PRLog -- We will see the impact of the program in the research, including
  • Safety
  • feasibility
  • Patient engagement with technology
  • Virtual care teams regulate the rate of alerts and escalations.

Our study finds that remote patient programs support chronic disease management. A large number of patients with chronic diseases adopted our RPM program.

Covid-19 pandemic stopped the daily routine of the healthcare organization in Pennsylvania in March 2020. Healthcare organizations or hospitals rushed to develop new innovative technologies to support covid-19 ill patients who were at risk due to critical conditions. SISGAIN expands telemedicine services, including remote monitoring telemedicine.

At SISGAIN, we determine the safety of the remote patient monitoring program by carefully considering the patient engagement with the technology. It includes the alert rate and advanced growth in technology. Our goal with the RPM program is to stop the spread of critical illnesses among people. This program reduced the burden on hospitals and emergency departments. It prevents personal protective devices for healthcare workers.

SISGAIN implements its remote patient monitoring program for covid-19 ill patients. Patients engage with remote monitoring telemedicine. Healthcare teams deal with serious symptoms of the patients virtually.

Our remote patient monitoring program has proven very helpful in keeping track of patients' health who test covid-19. With this program, the doctor can carefully monitor their patient's health. At the time of the covid-19 pandemic, our remote patient monitoring program was helpful for patients who live in rural areas. Patients can easily get access to healthcare services.

SISGAIN's RPM program can result in better care quality. It allows more monitoring of the patient's data. Remote monitoring telemedicine usage continues to increase in light of the COVID-19 pandemic in the upcoming years. It is more important for your practice to understand the importance of a remote patient monitoring program.

Between the sickest and high-risk patients, our remote patient monitoring program provides a safe and efficient way for both doctors and patients to remain connected with each other.


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