The rate of success in reducing readmissions in one healthcare system
helps show how telehealth can impact the efficacy of healthcare
delivery at every point in the care continuum, providing the opportunity to reduce
readmissions and improve the quality of patient care coordination.


In this whitepaper

YOU WILL LEARN


1

How many millions can be attributed to hospital readmission reductions.

What are your average costs for just one hospital readmission?


2

How to grow your telehealth program, showing success along the way.

Start from 50 remote patient monitors, and grow to 250.


3

How communication plans and reporting can improve success.

Help enable care teams coordination based on defined levels of urgency for each patient.



DID YOU KNOW?


75 percent of 30-day readmissions may be caused by avoidable circumstances?
Readmissions cost the U.S. hundreds of billions, each year.




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Telehealth solutions can be effective companions to integrated healthcare
delivery networks and ACOs because they have the same overarching goal:
making healthcare delivery more efficient (i.e. bringing the right level of care
to the patient at the right time) to help reduce readmissions while
simultaneously increasing quality of patient care.




Connecting Patients
and Care Providers with
Proven Technology

Learn how telehealth provides the bridge
between patients and healthcare providers.



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