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Four essential considerations in Remote Patient Monitoring

Author: Anuj Srivastava

I recently had the pleasure of hosting a discussion on remote patient monitoring (RPM) with Nu10’s Founder and CEO, Phaneender Aedla, and Director, Mohit Kataria. We covered several areas, including how world-class RPM solutions offer unprecedented scale, sub-second latency, and cloud-agnostic flexibility—making them a critical competitive advantage for healthcare innovators today.  

RPM has changed how healthcare payers, providers, and device manufacturers operate – allowing them to set new standards in patient monitoring with the latest technology while also stayng on top of evolving regulatory requirements. 

We delved into the intricacies of RPM with participants from around the globe – Bangalore, India to Brazil to Chicago.  Their presence and participation underscored the importance of RPM and its power to shape the future of healthcare. 

Patients are getting used to connected health. We’re not far from a future where patients have a dashboard of their health right in front of them, empowering them to take proactive steps for their wellbeing.

Let us dive into my key takeaways from the session: 

  1. Remote Patient Monitoring is already redefining Healthcare.
    RPM is not a new concept, but technological advancements make a new era of connected health possible. With the miniaturization of sensors and the prevalence of connected devices, patients now have access to – and expect – real-time health data and personalized care like never before. By leveraging modern tech stacks, RPM platforms enable healthcare providers to deliver improved outcomes and enhance patient experiences.
  2. Technical Architecture: Powering the future of Healthcare.
    RPM requires a robust technical architecture as its foundation, designed to handle massive volumes of patient data in real-time. Utilizing cloud-based solutions, machine learning algorithms, and high-performance databases, these platforms ensure scalability, security, and interoperability across healthcare ecosystems. Every component, from data ingestion to analytics and alert mechanisms, is geared to deliver actionable insights and drive clinical decision-making.
  3. Real-world Application: Transforming patient care.
    Through our work with healthcare innovators, we have witnessed the transformative impact of RPM platforms on patient care. From seamless monitoring during pre-operative and post-operative phases, to facilitating real-time interventions in emergency scenarios, these platforms alter healthcare delivery for practitioners and patients. By providing healthcare providers with comprehensive insights and patients with continuous support, RPM platforms are instrumental in improving clinical outcomes, reducing costs, and enhancing overall patient satisfaction.
  4. Challenges and Opportunities: Navigating the road ahead.
    Despite the promise of RPM, challenges remain, including a shifting regulatory landscape, data privacy concerns, and interoperability issues. However, these challenges also present opportunities for differentiation, innovation, and collaboration. By fostering partnerships between healthcare providers, technology firms, and regulatory bodies, we can overcome obstacles and unlock the full potential of remote patient monitoring, taking patient-centric care to the next level.

RPM isn’t just about data collection; it’s about empowering patients to actively participate in their healthcare journey actively, fostering a sense of ownership and accountability for their well-being.

In conclusion, remote patient monitoring promises to transform healthcare delivery by leveraging technology to empower patients, streamline processes, and improve clinical outcomes. Together with Nu10, we can help you with your remote patient monitoring transformation by addressing the following areas:

  1. Low latency and high availability 
  2. Performance and scalability 
  3. Patient data security and privacy needs 

You can also ​catch the full recording of our discussion here.

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