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Remote Blood Pressure Monitoring: Improving Patient Outcomes

The healthcare industry is constantly looking for ways to improve patient outcomes, and remote blood pressure monitoring (RPM) is one of the solutions that has proven to be effective. RPM allows patients with chronic conditions to monitor their health from the comfort of their homes using medical devices while their care providers can view and analyze the data from their practice.

One of the best tools for RPM is the QardioArm, a wireless blood pressure monitor that measures systolic and diastolic blood pressure and heart rate and detects irregular heartbeat. With the QardioArm, patients can monitor their blood pressure regularly, and their care providers can instantly receive the results using Qardio’s remote patient monitoring system, QardioDirect.

The QardioArm has several key features that make it a powerful tool for RPM:

Hypertension Management: Helps to spot trends in your patient’s blood pressure over time, allowing care providers to detect and manage hypertension more effectively.

Irregular Heartbeat Detection: Helps identifies irregularities in pulse and flags them, allowing care providers to detect potential health problems early.

High Usability: 97% of patients track their measurements more frequently due to the ease of using the QardioArm, leading to better health outcomes between visits.

Triple Measurement: Taking three blood pressure readings to ensure accuracy gives care providers a complete picture of their patient’s health.

As healthcare providers, utilizing Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) for your patients can lead to improved outcomes and increased engagement in their care, reducing the onset or progression of other health problems. Utilizing our RPM products and QardioDirect platform allows you to work with patients to create a proactive and comprehensive approach to their overall health and well-being. Schedule a demo to find out more about our integrated remote patient monitoring and telehealth service.

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