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Remote Patient Monitoring for Cardiac Care: Improving Outcomes for Patients with Chronic Cardiac Conditions


Help your patients with hypertension, heart failure, and more effectively manage their health.

Nearly half of all Americans are living with some type of cardiovascular disease1. If you’re reading this, your practice is likely seeing a number patients that fall into this category.

While successful management of cardiovascular disease can be difficult, remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a powerful solution that helps your patients take a more proactive approach to living with chronic, cardiac conditions. RPM has been proven effective in reducing blood pressure and managing cardiac risk factors, which can significantly reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, and heart failure.

To help you positively impact the lives of your patients with cardiovascular disease, we’ve developed a comprehensive guide on how to use remote cardiac monitoring. Drawing from the latest academic research and the expertise of our managed RPM nursing team, who provide blood pressure monitoring for thousands of cardiac patients every day, this white paper provides a set of actionable best practices for your team to utilize in your own remote cardiac care program.

Cardiovascular diseases affect nearly half of American adults, statistics show, American Heart Association, Reviewed Aug 2022.

When you download this guide, you’ll learn:
  • The clinical benefits of remote cardiac monitoring
  • The clinical research demonstrating the benefits of remote blood pressure monitoring
  • Best practices for triaging and monitoring patients with chronic cardiac conditions
  • The importance of creating RPM treatment plans and goals for cardiac conditions
  • Ongoing patient coaching and education tips for cardiac conditions

This guide is an ideal resource for:

  • Clinicians managing patients with high blood pressure and chronic cardiac conditions
  • Practice leads considering launching an RPM program or adding new cardiac conditions / devices to their existing program
  • Office managers looking for best practices in RPM cardiac care
  • RPM / telehealth champions looking for clinical research to educate providers about the benefits of RPM
  • Clinical staff who are struggling to motivate cardiac patients to engage in their RPM program

The takeaways from this resource can be applied in the following specialties:

  • Primary care
  • Internal medicine
  • Cardiology
  • Nephrology
  • Pain management
  • Geriatric medicine

Download the Free Guide