Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) devices, such as blood pressure monitors and pulse oximeters, are used to remotely monitor patients and track their condition between visits. The article discusses the various applications of RPM in operational settings, its common purposes in research studies, generated alerts, challenges faced in implementation, and emerging frontiers like AI and ML for predictive insights and real-life testing for continuous monitoring.
This article discusses the rise of remote clinical trials and how various technologies are being utilized to support them. Learn more about the technologies behind virtual trials, benefits and potential drawbacks.
This article explores the significant growth of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) facilitated by technological advancements. Learn more about benefits of RPM, various mechanisms, examples of RPM devices, such as wearables and sensor-based technologies, and the future of RPM.