Technology can transform health care to be more patient-centered and cost-efficient. This idea is the basis for increasing enthusiasm about remote patient monitoring (RPM), technology interventions that enable automated transmission of patients’ physiological measurements to their clinicians. The goal of RPM is better longitudinal disease management. To enable RPM adoption, Medicare implemented billing codes in January 2018 that pay clinicians to monitor and manage care based on patient-collected physiological data.1
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Navathe AS, Crowley A, Liao JM. Remote Patient Monitoring—Will More Data Lead to More Health? JAMA Intern Med. Published online August 01, 2022. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2022.3040
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