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Client Success Story

Behind the Scenes of One of the Largest Remote Patient Monitoring Implementations and Evaluations in the U.S.

Population health executives face two headwinds when trying to improve outcomes and lower costs: staffing challenges and ever-larger populations that require care management under value-based care models. Leaders at health systems and physician groups must extend proactive care to rising-risk populations to bend the cost curve, but need the proper tools to do so.

Discover how Midwest Health System transformed their care management strategy with Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring, centralized 24/7 care management teams, and streamlined workflows to reach more patients, faster, and with less resources. Over 35,000 patients participated and claims analyses showed a total medical cost reduction of over $30 million.

Read this case study to learn how to:
  • Overcome common cost, logistics, and enrollment challenges when scaling RPM to tens of thousands of patients by going Deviceless
  • Build an automated post-discharge workflow enabling outreach and enrollment to every patient, regardless of risk status, within 3 hours of discharge, with no lift from the care team
  • Help population health care managers manage 10x the national average patient caseload by transforming care management from a manual outbound call model to an automated inbound

“Value-based care success hinges on our ability to proactively identify and manage patients with rising- risk needs. Deviceless RPM allows us to provide the right level of care when needed and avoid unnecessary utilization.”

– Vice President, Population Health, Care Navigation, Midwest Virtual

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