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Using Remote Patient Monitoring to Provide Data-driven Health Care

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) involves the technology-based collection of data for the purpose of monitoring patients outside the hospital and transmitting the data to healthcare professional (HCPs).1,2​ RPM tools can highlight potentially significant changes in patient data, which HCPs can use to guide clinical decisions.3,4​ In this video, Dr. Timothy Aungst, PharmD will discuss RPM and how it can potentially help to improve patient care.  He will also discuss some of the challenges and future possibilities associated with RPM. 


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