CareVention HealthCare’s advanced, easy-to-use Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) system provides 24/7 monitoring of your patients’ vital signs and symptoms. If symptoms worsen or an intervention is needed, you will be alerted. CareVention Remote Patient Monitoring can help:
Track your patients’ vital signs and symptoms 24/7 with CareVention HealthCare’s Remote Patient Monitoring
Continuous real-time monitoring for COVID-19 and chronic conditions
- Improve participant health and safety
- Decrease avoidable utilization (ER visits, hospital admissions, readmissions)
- Improve medication-related outcomes by preventing potential adverse drug events and increasing adherence
- Advance financial stability for your program through enhanced quality and patient safety
CareVention RPM helps you monitor your patients for COVID-19 signs and symptoms. CareVention RPM can also help you track chronic conditions, including diabetes, COPD, hypertension, and congestive heart failure. Additionally, a certified pharmacist will review data for pharmacovigilance and communicate recommendations as needed for improved outcomes.
The CareVention RPM team partners with you and uses advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology to improve patient safety and health:
by trained nurses who alert provider to changes as needed
Real-time risk stratification
to direct resources to those who need the most care
Weekly provider report
with filtered data for ease of use and elimination of alert fatigue
The RPM COVID-19 Kit allows clinicians to monitor patients with COVID-19 or COVID-19–like symptoms. The COVID-19 Kit is useful for patients who need to quarantine, are discharged from the ED or hospital with COVID-19 or COVID-19–like symptoms, or are seen by a PACE provider for these symptoms. The RPM COVID-19 Kit includes:
- RPM hub with built-in protocol
- Pulse oximeter
- Blood pressure machine
CareVention HealthCare nurses will proactively monitor the data and communicate with the provider, including to wean patients off of oxygen, as needed.
Contact Dr. Ankur Patel, Chief Medical Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-405-3779 for more information.