Turn-key Remote Patient Monitoring Solutions
Clear Arch Health offers innovative and engaging technology and solutions to healthcare organizations building successful, scalable and brandable remote patient monitoring programs.
Clear Arch Health offers the latest advancements in health monitoring and emergency response solutions to improve outcomes, reduce costs and streamline logistics. Offering a unique combined platform capable of supporting MobileVitals® Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and/or Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) features in one integrated base station, Clear Arch Health provides your organization the flexibility to customize your program to your patient’s needs without adding extra cost where you don’t need it and it offers the flexibility to expand features without replacing equipment. Two different form factors are available to meet the varying needs of patients.
MobileVitals® Touch blends the safety benefits of a traditional emergency response system with the added personal and professional healthcare benefits of RPM technology and video conferencing. The interactive touch interface allows for customization to support individual patients needs and offers the opportunity to white label your services to keep the patient connected to your organization. You can learn more about MobileVitals Touch here.
MobileVitals® Classic is an easy-to-embrace telehealth solution for people who want to leverage the benefits of biometric monitoring while also using a PERS for personal safety in and around the home. You can learn more about MobileVitals Classic here.
MobileHelp® offers a full-featured suite of wireless connected peripherals for monitoring various chronic conditions including CHF, COPD, hypertension, diabetes and more. And, in the wake of COVID-19, such health risks can be life threatening as it relates to patients with existing chronic respiratory conditions, such as COPD, asthma, and pneumonia. Click here to learn more about our connected device ecosystem.
Over the past two years, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have created and amended codes allowing for remote patient monitoring (RPM) reimbursement. On August 3, 2020 CMS issued clarifications and proposed changes in a 2021 Proposed Ruling. Learn more here.