Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) involves the collection, evaluation, and communication of individual health data from a patient to their healthcare providers. Remote Patient Monitoring supports ongoing condition monitoring and chronic disease.
- RPM and Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RTM) are closely related. One of the primary differences between RPM and RTM is the type of patient data being monitored.
- Chronic Care Management refers to the management and care coordination for patients with two or more complex conditions between regular office visits.
- Principle Care Management similarly refers to the management and care coordination for patients with one complex condition between regular office visits.