Remote Patient Monitoring Solutions

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) uses dedicated technologies to monitor patients outside conventional clinical settings. Some places where a remote monitoring system might be deployed include retirement communities, assisted living facilities, and patients’ homes. A healthcare provider can use a remote healthcare monitoring system to observe and track patients’ vitals from a remote location and prescribe the appropriate diagnoses or treatments. RPM is highly beneficial for patients who can’t attend in-person consultations regularly, as it makes care accessible without raising costs.

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Data collected is not of much use until it is analyzed accurately. The time-lapse between data collected from patients and analysis can take a while. However, delays or errors in data analysis can have severe health impacts. Remote patient monitoring solutions resolve issues through the use of patient monitoring systems.

OSP can develop cloud-based solutions and remote patient monitoring devices that simplify data sharing and diagnosis. Patient monitoring equipment gives error-free data that can be processed electronically. OSP’s customized remote healthcare monitoring system can evaluate real-time data without any time gaps. This health monitoring system enables physicians to assess patient data timely and take action without delays. A remote health monitoring system built by OSP supports real-time health analytics from remote locations through remote patient monitoring for home health.

Caring for chronic conditions can be vigorous and consist of readmission. Elderly patients and those with chronic health such as post-surgery and cardiovascular problems require follow-ups and regular monitoring of vitals. Without a well-managed remote healthcare monitoring system, looking after such patients can be difficult. Remote health monitoring solutions make it easier to measure physiological parameters. 

OSP can engineer remote patient monitoring solutions, including IoT, for improving the management of chronic conditions. We can help with the collection of real-time data such as blood glucose levels, blood pressure, weight, and so on. OSP’s custom remote monitoring system can also monitor heart rate and identify any concerns early on. Our monitoring device can provide physicians regular updates of the patients and notify them of any emergencies.

Remote patient monitoring incorporates a wireless remote health monitoring system that measures real-time patients’ vitals remotely through health monitoring devices. These health monitoring tools transfer patient data to remote locations via wireless connections. Advanced remote patient monitoring systems allow healthcare professionals in the US to monitor patients and conduct predictive analysis without physical presence. Remote patient monitoring systems offer an interface that automatically analyzes real-time patient data and simplifies patient monitoring.

OSP is a remote patient monitoring solution development company that can develop a variety of remote patient monitoring applications promoting healthcare automation. These can be connected to devices for assessing patient vitals and health parameters, including temperature, ECG, respiration, etc. An RPM software created by OSP eliminates barriers of geographical locations and makes care available remotely through its patient tracking system. Medical monitoring via OSP’s custom patient tracking software simplifies patient monitoring and helps during emergency situations. It allows continuous monitoring of population health and helps physicians observe trends in health conditions remotely.


Telehealth uses digital technologies and communication advancements for simplifying health access remotely. It covers broad functions and remote patient monitoring is a subset of telemedicine. Remote patient monitoring solutions involve technologies for patient monitoring outside traditional healthcare institutions. The RPM software can collect data from patients, irrespective of their location.

Telehealth and remote patient monitoring are virtual care systems that patients can access anytime. OSP can develop telehealth monitoring that can be connected to devices like laptops and tablets. Our custom advanced patient monitoring systems increase patient engagement and improve patient-provider communication. Physicians can provide care services to patients in need through OSP’s telemedicine software and track their health conditions using remote patient monitoring.

Patient satisfaction is crucial for the success of the US healthcare industry. But sometimes, clinicians are overloaded with work and patient appointments. As a result, they are unable to give the attention every patient seeks which hampers quality care. Remote monitoring in healthcare helps healthcare organizations to manage health through remote and home-based care. 

OSP’s medical monitoring consists of patient tracking software that records vitals and monitors patients’ care plans. We help physicians identify abnormalities without the need for patients to travel to clinics. Patients can easily communicate their health conditions through visual data in the advanced remote patient monitoring solutions by OSP. Remote patient monitoring is user-friendly and increases patient engagement by helping healthcare professionals deliver quality care remotely.

Data management and data security are the major concerns of the health sector in the USA. Protecting patient data and storing it safely are priorities of every healthcare provider. Remote patient monitoring solves this worry by providing a secure HIPAA compliant network platform. The patient health monitoring system is more secure by the incorporation of remote patient monitoring software solutions. 

OSP can engineer remote patient monitoring software solutions that improve digital security. Our custom-designed remote patient monitoring applications allow physicians to access data through a highly secure network. OSP’s remote patient monitoring system also supports EHR integration and ensures data security during electronic records sharing.

These remote patient monitoring solutions can be designed to send notifications and reminders to patients about their virtual visits with the physician, times when they have to take their medicines, days when they have to keep their urine and stool samples ready for collection, and more. Also, it can provide reminders about the activities such as fasting (duration) before they collect their urine and stool samples for testing.

Likewise, physicians receive reminders about their virtual visits with their patients, meetings with other doctors, pathologists, and physicians across the USA.

This solution saves a lot of time involved in traveling both for the patients and physicians and also reduces costs significantly. They can attend these meetings from anywhere anytime using an internet connection.


OSP can develop remote patient monitoring solutions for clients to offer seamless connectivity between doctors and patients. We consider patient health the highest priority and ensure that our solutions transmit patient health vitals in real-time to physicians without interruptions or lag. We leverage the latest technologies and more than a decade of experience building cutting-edge solutions to ensure our RPM solutions deliver value to all stakeholders.

OSP is aware that a significant portion of the users of the remote health monitoring solutions it would develop are likely seniors who may not be proficient with technology. In light of this, we go to great lengths to ensure that our RPM solutions are highly interactive and easy to use with little training. We use the latest technologies to strike the perfect balance between functionality and navigability to ensure rapid deployment.

We prioritize patient outcomes above everything else, which is reflected in the design of our remote patient monitoring solutions. We know the benefits of value-driven care and engender the same in our solutions by facilitating seamless collaboration among physicians. We can develop a remote patient monitoring system that multiple providers can use simultaneously and collaborate on care to deliver better outcomes for patients.

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Real-Time Tracking Of Health Vitals With Remote Monitoring System

  • Consolidated View of Blood Pressure, Glucose, Body Temperature, ECG and Others Through Various Devices
  • Medication Log Through the Remote Health System
  • Notification of Any Significant Changes
  • Alerts if Vitals Cross Established Thresholds
  • Aggregated View of Vitals and Corresponding Changes Over a Time Period

Health Data Analytics and Reporting with Remote Patient Monitoring

  • Assessment of Blood Glucose To Track Diabetes
  • Monitoring of ECG Over Time to Identify Cardiac Conditions
  • Determination of Patterns in Symptoms Using Remote Healthcare Monitoring System
  • Insights on Patient Health Based on Medical History
  • Identification of Patients at Higher Risk

Patient Engagement Using Medical Remote Monitoring Platform

  • Chatbots for Non-Urgent Communication With Treating Physician
  • Access to Educational Materials for Better Disease Management
  • Virtual Consultations for Seniors in Assisted Living Facilities
  • Appointment Scheduling For Emergencies In Remote Healthcare Monitoring System
  • Inclusion of Medication Reminders For Chronic Disease Patients

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Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the major considerations when investing in RPM include –   

  • Reliability of the Data  

The data garnered from remote patient monitoring (RPM) devices needs to be actionable, and their formats must be compatible with existing health information systems.  

  • Integration with EHR  

This is one of the most important factors to consider. The RPM solution must integrate with the EHR platform for storing patients’ medical data.  

  • Patient-Facing Part of the Solution  

This is important because RPM requires that the patients be able to use the technology and record their vitals for sharing with the providers.   

  • Selection of Devices  

The devices for RPM need to align with the medical services that your organization offers. Moreover, the data format of that device also needs to be compatible with the RPM solution in use.  

When implementing an RPM solution, healthcare organizations need to follow certain guidelines. These include –   


  • Initial Planning  

The organization needs to finalize the type of RPM services it offers. Based on this, it should then decide on the devices its patients will be prescribed and develop the services around them.   

  • Usable Technology  

The RPM devices and the solution must be simple since patients using them might not be familiar with the technology. The platform needs to be usable for the patients for the RPM program to be effective.  

  • The Right Devices  

The choice of devices depends on the type of health services provided. For example, a cardiologist would recommend heart rate monitors and ECG monitors. Larger organizations offering broader services can select the devices accordingly.  

  • Implement Operational Processes    

 It is important to train the staff about using the RPM platform so that they may train the patients on using the RPM devices. Moreover, it will be common for some patients to struggle with technology, so supporting processes need to be finalized.  

  • Note the Patient Outcomes  

The point of RPM is to be able to treat patients effectively. So, the clinical outcomes of those patients matter when running RPM programs at hospitals and clinics. Feedback and surveys from patients can help providers know if their RPM services were effective. If not, then a detailed analysis should reveal the places that need improvement.   

Organizations need to take the following measures to ensure reimbursement for remote patient monitoring (RPM) services –   

  • Receive consent from patients to receive RPM services  
  • Ensure that the RPM services are ordered by a physician or a qualified healthcare professional like a nurse practitioner  
  • Monitor patients for at least 16 days per billing period  
  • Verify that each RPM device meets the FDA’s standards for medical devices

Hospitals need to follow certain steps to integrate RPM programs into their existing systems –   

  • Device Customized Care Plans For Patients  

Remote patient monitoring programs need care plans devised according to each patient’s needs. People with chronic conditions also need special attention when initiating an RPM plan.  

  • Selecting the Ideal RPM Technology  

This is an important consideration since only some RPM solutions suit your organization’s current services. Its features must be able to match and complement the actual medical services. Moreover, the RPM technology selected must also be interoperable with existing health information systems.  

  • Managing Budget  

The total cost of the platform, coupled with the devices, should be within a fair budget, making RPM services more accessible to patients without affecting the organization’s revenues.     

  • Ensuring Security and Compliance  

The RPM solution needs to be secure and ensure the privacy and confidentiality of sensitive data. Moreover, the software platform itself needs to be compliant with regulations.  

  • Number of patients with conditions warranting RPM care  
  • The initial cost of implementation   
  • Staff acceptance for providing RPM services  
  • Ability to work on patient data derived from RPM devices  

  • Improves the ability to make data-driven clinical decisions  
  • It empowers patients to manage their conditions better and enables them to follow the care plan.  
  • Reduction in the cost of care for hospitals  
  • It helps to address the growing problem of hospital staff shortages since one provider can manage multiple patients simultaneously.  
  • Helps to provide care for patients during epidemics and pandemics amidst curfews  
  • Improves patient engagement and builds patients’ loyalty to the hospital  
  • Maximizes opportunities for referrals and patient retention  
  • Improves hospital revenues since the cost of care per patient would decrease with RPM services  

  • Blood pressure cuff  
  • Glucometer   
  • Pulse oximeter  
  • IoT-driven wearables (activity trackers, heart rate monitors, continuous tracking of vitals)  
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)  
  • Thermometer  

Yes, remote patient monitoring can be used for post-surgical care and recovery monitoring. Patients who have undergone extensive surgeries would need constant monitoring of their vitals and strict adherence to medications. An RPM program will enable this clinical observation without requiring as many in-person clinical visits.   

So, a patient who has undergone heart surgery can measure his heart rate, ECG, and other parameters with RPM devices and share them in real time with his provider. This allows the provider to have real-time continuous medical data on his patient and guide the post-surgical care and recovery accordingly. 

Remote patient monitoring allows doctors to monitor patients continuously outside clinical settings. This is possible by sharing patients’ vital signs using wireless medical devices. As a result, patients can only sometimes come over for in-person visits. Moreover, one provider can manage the care of multiple patients remotely.   

The ability to share medical data in real time continuously encourages people to be more involved in their care. This boosts patient engagement and goes on to result in better outcomes for patients in the long run. 

Yes, remote patient monitoring can be integrated with electronic health record systems. This is done using specialized software called Application Programming Interface (API). This bridging solution lets two or more platforms communicate and exchange data seamlessly.   

Remote patient monitoring has many benefits when it comes to medical care. Some of them include the following –  

  1. Improve access to care for people in remote locations  
  2. Helps to compensate for a shortage of specialists  
  3. Reduces the cost of care  
  4. Improves collection of health data  
  5. Improves the quality of care for seniors in assisted living facilities and retirement homes  
  6. Helps patients manage their disease better  
  7. Improves patient outcomes  
  8. Removes the need for clinical visits in case of non-emergencies  

Some of the most commonly used devices for remote patient monitoring include –   

  1. Glucometer  
  2. Pulse Oximeter  
  3. Blood Pressure Cuff  
  4. Electrocardiogram (ECG) + Digital Stethoscope  
  5. Activity Tracker  
  6. Thermometer (Fitted for RPM)  
  7. Home-based tests for diagnosis  

There are two broad categories of patient monitoring systems –   

Bedside Patient Monitoring System  

As the name suggests, bedside patient monitoring systems are used to monitor admitted patients. They are mounted by the bed of the patients and monitor health vitals continuously for as long as the doctors deem necessary.   

Remote Patient Monitoring Systems  

This patient monitoring system monitors patient health outside the hospital or clinical environments. They are usually used at the patients’ houses or assisted living facilities. This is usually used when there is no emergency or immediate medical danger to the patient health.  

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is the most commonly used patient health monitoring device for people with heart problems. In addition, a blood pressure cuff, pulse oximeter, and thermometer are commonly used to monitor a patient’s general health signs. In addition, other devices might be used per the physician’s direction.  

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