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Remote Monitoring Technologies in Long-Term Care: Implications for Care Team Organization and Training

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January 1, 2017

This study examines how remote monitoring programs are preparing and leveraging the health care workforce to care for patients with chronic illness and long-term care needs who are living at home.

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Key Takeaways

Analysis of the impact of remote monitoring needs to include assessment of the return-on-investment.
Programs must invest in training staff who will monitor data, install equipment, and educate patients.
Health care organizations must recognize that telemonitoring cannot replace hands-on clinical care.
 
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