Remotely monitor and support your Critical Care patients using MetTel's Telehealth platform.
Since 2013, patient readmission rates have been one of the primary challenges for healthcare providers tasked with the care and management of chronic disease patients. Hospitals were hit with over half a billion dollars in penalties last year with billions more in non-reimbursable cost of treatment. Healthcare organizations are now turning to technologies like remote patient monitoring (RPM) to help lower readmission rates. With new reimbursement codes for 2019, healthcare providers are moving faster than ever to adopt RPM solutions as part of the chronic care management standard of care.
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7 Reasons You Should Consider Telehealth
1. Lower your re-admissions
2. Better, pro-active patient care
3. Plug and Play deployment. Everything you need in a neat
4. Remotely monitor: medications, weight, blood pressure,
5. Quickly connect via text or video with your patients
6. Wireless tablets that provide better coverage and the
patient doesn't need to connect to their WiFi.
7. It is covered by many insurance providers
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Don't wait any longer. Your patients will thank you.
Utilizing a simple deployment kit and IoT Single SIM technology, the Telehealth product means better patient care and outcomes. HRS is not just a delivery system. It is the combination of software and content that has made HRS unmatched in the industry. It is the combination of HRS’ products delivered by MetTel that together serves all three aspects of the RPM requirements: The patients and what they need; the clinicians and what they use; and the caretaker (or third-party) and the tools they need to interact and educate themselves during the care process.
The MetTel-HRS partnership provides the devices, the apps, the content for the apps and the network to more efficiently receive and deliver information. And MetTel’s infrastructure and abilities can provide any number of devices no matter how large, and at a lower cost.
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