Case Study –
Primary Care Physician uses RCP Platform and Support Services to Enroll Nearly 700 Patients In Just Six Weeks.
Two simple steps and you’re ready to enroll patients.
It’s that easy. No upfront investment required. No long-term contracts. Our innovative structure assures cash flow positive results in your first month.
The RCP Platform is supported by a cloud-based staff portal that includes web login and also downloadable apps for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. It’s simple to use so your practice can set up new patients and monitor those enrolled quickly and easily.
When you enroll a patient, seamless communication happens when and how you choose. Patients can easily make an appointment and care reminders can be sent automatically. If remote monitoring is required, we ship our SmartHub – and any devices you request – direct to the patient. (If you prefer, you can also stock devices in your office. When the patient receives their devices, they simply plug the SmartHub into a wall outlet. No need to download an app. No need to synch anything. The SmartHub does it all and it works on a cellular network so no internet connection is required. We told you it was smart.
Enrolling patients is easy. Just 5 simple screens. Point. Click. Done. We provide a complete patient management system that can be accessed from almost any device. Should data fall outside of parameters set for an individual patient, the SmartHub automatically sends alerts to care managers. If patients have a question about equipment, we provide the support. We even handle the delivery of devices to patients. Best of all, data collected by patient devices and automated text and voice surveys (powered by Alexa) is automatically logged – this includes all interactions with patients.
Physicians can set parameters for each patient for readings from various devices or for patient responses to voice and text surveys. When a patient falls outside of the parameters, the system creates an alert or alarm. Alert status patients are highlighted and moved to the top of most reports.
With the RCP Platform everything is configurable per patient and device.
The RCP Platform is designed to actually increase patient interaction to help improve overall care.
Care reminders are sent to patients automatically via text or phone. The physician or care manager selects a time each day when measurements are expected to be collected and the RCP Platform does the rest.
All RCP devices feature encrypted communications – from the SmartHub to the cloud – and are fully integrated into the RCP portal for easy management by staff.
Uses a variety of techniques to measure total body mass, percentage of body fat or muscle, and hydration level. The provider will decide which scale is needed based on what is being monitored. Changes in weight are indicators of many diseases and conditions.
Uses light to measure the percentage of oxygen saturation levels in hemoglobin molecules. This measurement is referred to as Sp02. This measurement helps determine how well the lungs are working.
Uses cuff pressure and senses arterial pulsations to measure the force being exerted by the blood against the arteries. There are two types of blood pressure: Systolic blood pressure (the top number) refers to the pressure inside the arteries when the heart is pumping; diastolic pressure (the bottom) is the pressure inside the arteries when the heart is resting between beats. These measurements help determine the risk for heart disease, stroke, and other various conditions.
Measures the infrared energy radiating from the forehead. That energy is collected through the lens and converted into a temperature value. It does not send out any heat. It is only a receiver of heat. A rise in body temperature is often the first indicator of infection. It can be used to monitor how well treatments or medications are working.
Determines the approximate concentration of glucose in the blood. By measuring glucose, a provider can make lifestyle recommendations and prescribe medication to keep the glucose level closer-to-normal for as much of the time as possible. This helps to reduce the occurrence rate and severity of long-term complications from hyperglycemia. It can also help to reduce short-term complications of hypoglycemia.
Measures the amount (volume) and speed (flow) of air that can be inhaled and exhaled. It measures the amount of air blown out within one second (FEV1) and the maximum speed of expiration in one breath (PEV). These measurements help monitor various lung conditions such as COPD. They also measure how well the lungs are responding to any treatment or medications.