CallCare24’s RPM services helps patients quickly navigate to digital or in-person care options. This AI-powered solution integrates monitoring devices with EMR Platform (medical record systems) and includes robust NLP processing.
Up to five Devices Free** ($1000+ Value)*
Shipped to user ready to use (including warranty and free replacements)
Integrated cellular without monthly plan or bill
Automatically sends data to doctors without user intervention
Consumables (batteries, glucose strips, and lancets provided in perpetuity)
*Requires a 2-year contract or devices can be purchased separately
** Devices are determined based on the type of monitoring services selected
Our Ai Platform analyzes your data and keeps your Provider informed and connected
Patient can easily check their vitals at any time. The dashboard allows them to tell if there are abnormal values briefly and get more context from the history line chart.
Every patient is unique – and so are their needs. To help you serve them, Callcare 24 can supply devices directly to your patients or accommodate some of the most common third-party devices they may already be using.
Our devices can be shipped to your office or directly to your patient’s home, and all Prevounce device costs are included in your per-patient fee, so you can start your RPM program with no money up front. It’s also easy for patients: All of our devices communicate via an embedded cellular modem, which means setup is as simple as inserting batteries and turning the device on.
Our system also allows practitioners to easily integrate the use of devices by other manufacturers, including those from Omron, iHealth, and Dexcom.
Nearly half of the adults in the U.S. have hypertension. Research by the American Heart Association shows that RPM can reduce patient blood pressure significantly compared to usual care and self-monitoring alone. This means remote blood pressure monitoring has the potential to improve outcomes for many patients since early detection is key to avoiding hypertensive crisis and decreasing hospital admissions – and mortality rates.
More than 42% of the American population is considered obese. This comes with an increase in a host of related diseases such as heart disease and stroke, giving remote monitoring of weight importance beyond simply reducing BMI. For congestive heart failure patients, sudden weight gain is often the first sign that their condition is worsening or that adjustments to medication should be made, for example. Remote monitoring can increase the chance of early detection, allowing for intervention before hospitalization or critical care are needed.
Diabetes is one of the disease areas with the highest awareness of digital health amongst patients, and it’s also one of the most effective RPM applications. Remote monitoring of glucose levels reduces doctor visits for patients, making care of an ailment that changes not just daily but hourly more timely and efficient. RPM also offers significant benefits to patients’ A1C levels. In one study, 70 percent of high risk diabetic patients were able to lower their A1C levels with use of an RPM device.