May 22, 2024
Life Sciences | Tea Leaves
  • A new study found that a remote patient monitoring program reduced costs and improved outcomes for heart failure patients. The program demonstrated a significant 52 percent cost reduction per month for Medicare beneficiaries. The study involved over 350 patients and showed a remarkable increase in treatment adherence to guideline-directed medical therapy (GDMT) standards. One researcher highlighted the program’s ability to bridge gaps in patient care through comprehensive remote monitoring, resulting in significant improvements in treatment uptake and potentially better patient outcomes. (Article here)