Remote monitoring has been available for decades. But today, the fusion of IoT, artificial intelligence, and cloud computation is affording a new age of RPM and, as a result, brand new care models.
This new age of remote monitoring – RPM 2.0 – creates an opportunity to truly decentralized health care, allowing clinicians and researchers alike to capture a broader picture of patient health and develop more preventive and personalized care. Especially as COVID-19 accelerates adoption of RPM, we can expect long-term improvements to healthcare delivery, patient outcomes, and overall cost savings.
Hear from healthcare leader Eric Topol about the biggest opportunities he sees for remote monitoring to impact healthcare delivery and drug discovery models, during COVID-19 and beyond.