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Case Study:
Using Remote Monitoring to Reduce Hospital Readmissions

How did the Altru Health System, a physician-led, multi-specialty group practice serving more than 200,000 residents, successfully implement a remote patient monitoring program that resulted in reduced hospital readmissions?

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“This is where the future of healthcare is going. RPM plays such a key role in reducing our readmissions and creating a feeling of security to our patients.
We are excited about the continued expansion of our RPM program.”

— Michelle Earl, Patient Care Coordinator at Altru

It’s no secret that patient readmissions are one of the primary metrics used to assess the quality of care administered by a hospital and/or health system.

A high hospital readmission rate (wherein patients are admitted again, within 30-, 60- or 90-days after being discharged, for the same or related health reason) is not only detrimental for the care institution’s reputation and fiscal standing, but it is also a strong indicator of systemic failure in care coordination leading to poor patient outcomes.    

This case study provides detailed information on the steps taken by a major health system to proactively address the challenge of readmissions for chronically ill patients with the proven technology of remote patient monitoring (RPM).

Download this informative resource. Discover best practices for implementing RPM into your healthcare organization. Learn how Clear Arch Health and the LifeStream™ clinical monitoring system helps to reduce readmissions, enhance outcomes, and improve the quality of post-acute patient care.