Archive for: February 2016

What remote patient monitoring means for heart failure

Remote patient monitoring positive outcomes far exceed conventional care for heart failure patients! February 10, 2016 by Jodi Askew Now more than ever, cardiovascular service line leaders are expressing interest in deploying telemonitoring technology to remotely manage their CV patients. Remote patient monitoring, or RPM, enables providers to virtually collect and...

Lawmakers Introduce Medicare Telehealth Expansion Bill

The “Creating Opportunities Now for Necessary and Effective Care Technologies ( CONNECT) for Health Act” seeks to provide Medicare beneficiary broader access telehealth services. In addition, the legislation would remove state restrictions for healthcare providers in order to provide better quality of care for patients and reduce hospitalizations February...

To amend titles XVIII and XI of the Social Security Act to promote cost savings and quality care under the Medicare program through the use of telehealth and remote patient monitoring services, and for other purposes.

The new CONNECT for Health Act bill is seeking to lift the several barriers providers experience when trying to use remote monitoring technologies to treat patients with chronic conditions. Optimism on alternate payment models is also being established within the bill. IN  THE  SENATE  OF  THE  UNITED  STATES Mr....

CONNECT for Health Act

The new CONNECT for Health Act bill is seeking to lift the several barriers providers experience when trying to use remote monitoring technologies to treat patients with chronic conditions. Optimism on alternate payment models is also being established within the bill. February 3, 2016 Introduced by Senators Schatz, Wicker,...
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