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"10 Questions on Remote Patient Monitoring" is a new survey from the Healthcare Intelligence Network.
2014-04-03 19:57:47 - Healthcare organizations have until April 30, 2014 to report on programs that track patients' health remotely in HIN's Remote Patient Monitoring survey. Respondents receive an executive summary of survey results.

SEA GIRT, NJ, USA, April 3, 2014 --- Healthcare organizations are invited to participate in the Healthcare Intelligence Network's 2014 Remote Patient Monitoring Survey. Participation is open through April 30, 2014.

One respondent who completes the survey will be randomly selected to receive a DVD of "Integrating Mobile Health Remote Patient Monitoring with Telephonic Care Management for Improved Care Coordination Results," a 45-minute webinar that examines Humana's nine remote monitoring pilots.

HIN's 10 Questions on Remote Patient Monitoring survey is designed to assemble a comprehensive set of current practices and ramifications of remote monitoring for care management of chronic illness, the frail elderly, and other vulnerable and remote populations.

"Our recent market data on both telehealth and the patient-centered medical home identified remote

monitoring of individuals with complex illnesses as a key care coordination strategy," said Melanie Matthews, HIN executive vice president and chief operating officer. "We wanted to take a closer look at the technologies and challenges of this approach, as well as its impact on healthcare access and utilization, especially in the area of hospital readmissions."

Take the 10 Questions on Remote Patient Monitoring Survey at www.hin.com/cgi-local/link/news/pl.cgi?remote2014pr.

2014 Remote Monitoring Survey Data Set:

* Actionable metrics on prevalence of remote monitoring programs;
* Health conditions and activities monitored remotely;
* Principal characteristics of individuals monitored remotely;
* Key components of remote monitoring programs;
* Tools and technologies used in remote monitoring, such as motion detectors, call pendants, interactive voice response (IVR), mHealth apps, and others;
* Results and ROI from remote monitoring efforts, such as the impact on ER visits, hospital readmissions, and the patient experience; and
* Primary challenges of remote monitoring and examples of successful processes and workflows from existing programs.

Remote monitoring of patients and health plan members has the potential not only to improve health outcomes, increase satisfaction and reduce overall costs but also to extend healthcare access to remote areas and populations.

Take the 10 Questions on Remote Patient Monitoring Survey at www.hin.com/cgi-local/link/news/pl.cgi?remote2014pr.

Please contact Patricia Donovan to arrange an interview or to obtain additional quotes.

About the Healthcare Intelligence Network --- HIN is the premier advisory service for executives seeking high-quality strategic information on the business of healthcare. For more information, contact the Healthcare Intelligence Network, PO Box 1442, Wall Township, NJ 07719-1442, (888) 446-3530, fax (732) 449-4463, e-mail info@hin.com, or visit www.hin.com.





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Phone: 732-449-4468
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