Using Remote Patient Monitoring to Reduce Hospital Readmissions (Whitepaper)

Patient readmission rate is a key metric used to assess a hospital or health system’s quality of care.

If patients are readmitted within 30-, 60- or even 90-days after being discharged, and are admitted for the same condition, or due to a progression of that condition, the indication is that the patient was inadequately managed.

This could be seen as a failure in care coordination. As a result, the reputation of the healthcare organization may suffer. There might also be costly penalties or fines, a loss of revenue, and a decrease in patient confidence.

This whitepaper outlines how a major health system in Grand Forks, North Dakota successfully reduced readmissions for chronically ill patients by utilizing remote patient monitoring.


In this Clear Arch Health whitepaper, you’ll discover:

  1. How the clinical staff incorporated RPM to achieve significant reductions in readmissions for specific clinical case uses.
  2. Best-practices for implementing a system-wide, sustainable, and effective remote patient management program.
  3. How remote patient monitoring can be used to improve patient-provider communication and encourage enhanced patient engagement.
  4. How Clear Arch Health and the LifeStream™ clinical monitoring system helps to reduce readmissions, enhance outcomes, and improve the quality of post-acute patient care.

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