57% of Medical Practices Use Remote Physiologic Monitoring

April 15

57% of Medical Practices Use Remote Physiologic Monitoring

Remote physiologic monitoring is expected to increase even further, with 76 percent of medical practice leaders saying they will deploy these services in the next year or two, per a new survey.

 A little over half (57 percent) of US medical practices currently use remote physiologic monitoring (RPM), according to new survey results.

Commissioned by Rhythm Management Group and conducted by healthcare consultancy Sage Growth Partners, the survey polled 100 physicians, administrators, and CEOs from medical practices across the country between Nov. 29, 2021, and Jan. 10, 2022.

Of the practices currently using RPM, about 67 percent manage the program in-house with their own staff members and clinicians, and about 33 percent work with a third-party partner.

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