“What am I supposed to do with all the data?” – One of the five burning questions cardiologists are asking about RPM devices, according to the American College of Cardiology.
The barriers to adopting remote patient monitoring and digital health solutions have been mostly overcome for Cardiologists, during the current surge in progress seen in remote monitoring and real-time communication.
Now, there are even solutions to the concern of increased amount of data which has caused extra workloads as well as a deficit in the workflow integration, leading eventually to inefficient practices.
Using real-time information exchange, practitioners can proactively identify at-risk patients through more frequent physiologic monitoring devices, or in our case their smartphones.
With the appropriate set of data alerts, including high/low parameters for blood pressure, weight, oxygen, heart rate, etc., A clear workflow can be achieved based on patients’ vital signs indicators, thereby categorizing patients by level of required attention.