The Impact of Remote Blood Pressure Monitoring on Hypertension 

Large improvements in blood pressure control and substantial decreases in blood pressure.

Blood pressure control persisted even during post-intervention follow-up.


Patients saw an 11/9 mmHg improvement and reduction in blood pressure compared to the control group.


Hypertension is one of the most common chronic conditions, leading to elevated annual costs, hospital readmissions, and more. Intervention is clearly needed to cut costs, reduce hospital readmissions, and improve Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Star Ratings, but can remote patient monitoring address all of these points?

This is what we set out to find in our hypertension study, Effect of Home Blood Pressure Telemonitoring and Pharmacist Management on Blood Pressure Control. In our study, we evaluated the combination of remote blood pressure monitoring and pharmacist case management compared to the usual care.

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-Doreen Salek – Chief Clinical Officer

Increase your star ratings and HEDIS measures with remote patient monitoring

With over 20 years of experience as a consultative virtual care facilitator and partner, we help payers leverage enhanced care coordination that integrates remote patient monitoring (RPM) and telecare management (TCM) to develop and sustain solutions for members with chronic conditions and complex diseases.

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