June 10, 2022 2 Years Later: Pandemic Lessons About Remote Patient Monitoring

The COVID-19 pandemic caught almost everyone off guard. Healthcare providers were unprepared, especially in the early stages of the outbreak. The CDC and other major health organizations had to scramble to develop new guidelines for infection control and treatment. Read more

April 2, 2022 2022 Digital Healthcare Events: We'll Be Going and You Should Too!

As a leading remote patient monitoring company, at CoachCare we provide advanced RPM systems and help medical providers bridge the information gap with digital health wearables that continually track, collect, and analyze vital patient data. Our platform and RPM devices are critical pieces of the treatment puzzle when it comes to patients with diabetes, hypertension, COPD, obesity, and other conditions. Read more

March 14, 2022 Research-Backed Outcome Improvements You Can Expect to See with RPM Systems

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) solutions are quickly becoming a vital health management tool for primary care physicians and other clinicians who wish to check in on the health of patients outside of their normal checkups. RPM can provide you with immediate access to your patients’ data and physiological metrics. Having this 24/7 view of your patients gives you a comprehensive picture of their health. This can be invaluable when tracking chronic conditions like hypertension, diabetes, and obesity. Read more

March 5, 2022 RPM Spotlight: Remote Monitoring for Patients With Diabetes

Diabetes can be a debilitating condition. The excess sugar in the patient’s bloodstream can lead to numerous health issues like loss of vision, kidney problems, heart issues, and others. There’s no cure for diabetes, but with treatment and careful monitoring, you can help diabetes patients live healthy and fulfilling lives. Read more

February 4, 2022 Survey: Use of RPM and Telehealth Dramatically Expands in the Wake of COVID

As a medical provider, you know that the COVID pandemic has changed the way you care for your patients. While focusing on their health, you’ve probably encouraged some patients to remain at home, as well. With more telehealth and remote patient monitoring services, walking that fine line between health maintenance and COVID exposure is easier now than it’s ever been. Read more

January 31, 2022 RPM Spotlight: Remote Monitoring Stroke Patients

Stroke is a leading cause of cognitive impairment, disability, and death in the United States, affecting more than 795,000 people every year. Read more

January 19, 2022 The Truth About Bluetooth vs. Cellular RPM Devices

Bluetooth and Cellular devices are two types of digital health wearables your medical office can use for transmitting remote data from patients. But is one really better than the other? The short answer is yes. Read more

December 24, 2021 RPM and RTM: What You Need to Know for 2022

Remote physiological monitoring (RPM) started as a basic care and communication tool. Throughout the past few years, it’s evolved to be utilized along with more comprehensive medical services and treatment plans. Now, beginning on January 1, 2022, medical providers will have an additional way to provide digital health services and seek Medicare reimbursement: remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM). Read more

November 26, 2021 RPM Spotlight: Remote Patient Monitoring and Dementia

Dementia is a debilitating condition. Patients with dementia suffer from cognitive issues, forgetfulness, and impaired social skills. The symptoms often impact a person’s memory, language, concentration, and problem-solving skills. Since dementia is most frequently observed in older adults, it is often assumed to be a normal part of aging. But it’s not normal. Countless health organizations are doing all they can to stop the disease’s progression among their patients. Read more

November 25, 2021 RPM Spotlight: Remote Monitoring Heart Conditions

A vast majority of heart conditions develop slowly over time. Because of this slow progression, early diagnosis and prevention strategies can significantly reduce the risk of a fatal incident or other complications for the patient.  Read more


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