Re: "Remote Patient Monitoring: A Systematic Review" by Farias et al.

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Abstract

Criscuoli de Farias et al. recently reported a thought-provoking systematic review of remote patient monitoring (RPM) in which they concluded that RPM “maximize[s] patient care and effectiveness of treatment.”1 In addition, they identified a number of trends, including the observation of an increasing number of studies, improved study quality over time, the dominance of the United States and the United Kingdom among study origins, that studies tended to be midsized (50–200 participants), that adherence was the dominant outcome measure, that one-quarter of studies had no control group, and that one-quarter showed no improvement over usual care in comparison with three-quarters showing improvement...
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)374-377
Number of pages4
JournalTelemedicine and e-Health
Volume27
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2021
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • home health monitoring
  • policy
  • technology
  • telehealth
  • telemedicine

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