Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote Patient Monitoring For Proactive Vital Sign Tracking
Reviewed and Monitored in WNY

What Is Remote Patient Monitoring?

Remote Patient Monitoring is a program designed for patients who may benefit from daily vital sign monitoring.

This program uses mobile tablets and in-home monitoring devices to create a daily log that can help identify trends and patterns.

Day-to-day vital sign monitoring can help providers ensure that patient conditions are being effectively managed and treated.

It can also help identify if prescriptions or doses need to be adjusted. Daily monitoring and check-in calls by our Nursing staff may also ensure patients with abnormal vital readings are treated and seen appropriately.

Our Platform Integrates With

  • Blood Pressure Cuffs
  • Pulse Oximeters
  • Scales
  • Glucometers
  • Thermometers
  • Interactive Text/Video Chat

How It Works

Enrolled patients will use tablets and monitoring devices on a daily basis to record and transmit vital signs to our offices. Our nurses and physicians can track and review these day-to-day vital signs to ensure that the patients conditions and medicines are being managed effectively.

6700 +

Vital Signs Transmitted Through Our Platform

44 %

of Adults Over the Age of 65 with Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure

Who Is It For?

Our Remote Patient Monitoring is designed for those individuals who are homebound and/or home-limited. They can reside in their own home or an Assisted Living Facility.
Patients on the monitoring program may be elderly and at-risk, may have mobility issues, multiple serious medical conditions, or have been recently discharged from a hospital.

Patients on our Remote Patient Monitoring Program may include those with:
• Heart Failure Diagnosis (Stage III or IV)
• Hypertension (Systolic>140, Diastolic<90)
• Hemoglobin A1C levels > 9
• End Stage Renal Disease
• Multiple Comorbidities
• Age 75 years or greater
• Hospital Admission within the past 6 Months
• Hospital readmission within 30 days of Discharge
• Direct Referral from Physician Office


The Daily Vital Sign Monitoring will be reviewed by your doctor.
They may then use this information to identify lapses in care, or necessary alterations to current care plans.

Upon participating in our program, patients have found:
• Lowered/Controlled Blood Pressure
• Increased Insight Into Vital Trends/Patterns
• Early Identification of Potential Problems
• Improved Medication and Dosage Management
• Increased Education and Awareness of Health Condition

Your Dedicated Healthcare Provider

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