Remote Monitoring of Heart Failure Patients

Exploring heart failure and the technology that powers remote monitoring for patients in advanced stages.

Heart failure is a nationwide problem that affects nearly six million people, and approximately 670,000 Americans are diagnosed with heart failure annually. Heart failure is a pervasive health issue – and a costly one. The most notable cost of heart failure is readmissions – a cost that can occur often for some patients. The good news is that combining traditional treatments with remote cardiac monitoring can help curb some of these costs and benefit both patients and clinicians.

Download this content to learn:
  • How to integrate technology into heart failure treatment plans
  • Clinical and financial benefits of implementing remote monitoring programs
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