Remote Patient Monitoring
What is Remote Patient Monitoring and How Can it Help You?
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) uses digital technologies to collect medical health data from you in one location and electronically transmits that information securely to the Access Manages Services clinical staff and your healthcare provider in a different location for assessment and recommendations.
This service allows your healthcare provider to continue to track your healthcare data remotely. Our remote patient monitoring program can collect a wide range of health data from you such as weight, blood pressure, blood sugar, blood oxygen levels, and heart rate. All of this can be done from the comfort of your own home.
Your healthcare provider will monitor your vitals remotely and act on the information received as part of your treatment plan. This monitoring program can help you stay connected with your healthcare provider in-between visits.
How will this program benefit me?Your healthcare provider will prescribe a care plan to meet your specific needs. Whether you simply need a wellness program or to monitor chronic conditions, your healthcare provider will design a program that is just right for you. By simply checking your vital signs, you can help to prevent long-term complications and reduce the possibility of hospitalization. This program will help you understand how to maximize your health and wellness.
How are my results sent to my healthcare provider?By using cellular medical devices, your vital signs reading will be automatically sent to the clinical staff and monitoring system. All you have to do is register your device with our enrolment specialist via telephone and you can begin monitoring your results.
Where will I get the devices for the program?You will be provided with state-of-the-art devices to use for the duration of the program. When the program is completed, devices are returned to your healthcare provider or to Access Manages Services.
How do I get started?Your healthcare provider will coordinate with Access Managed Services to enroll you in the monitoring program. A clinical enrolment specialist will contact you and coordinate the receipt and registration of your new monitoring devices. The clinical specialist will review your care plan and monitoring tasks.