Remote Patient Monitoring

What is Remote Patient Monitoring and who is it for?

Remote patient monitoring (telehealth) helps patients like you engage in their care, providing condition-specific education, vital sign and symptom monitoring, and connecting you with your care team. Chronic care and high-risk patients should inquire about the telehealth program. Eligible patients include, but are not limited to: hypertension, congestive heart failure (CHF), atrial fibrillation (AFib), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or other chronic conditions.

What makes Bellin Health’s program unique?

Our team is focused on empowering patients - helping our patients live an independent, healthy life. Using telehealth and remote patient monitoring, we aim to improve care quality, prevent hospitalizations, and enhance our patients’ overall quality of life. The program is just one way in which we work with patients to provide individualized care.

What can patients expect?

 While enrolled in the program, patients are given a simple care plan and daily routine to follow using tablet and monitoring devices provided by our team.

 Every day patients receive reminders to take their medication and answer symptom surveys about their health. Using the monitoring devices provided, patients record their blood pressure, weight, heart rate, blood oxygen, and potentially more.

 A member of our team monitors patients’ recordings and communicates with patients and their physicians when needed. Through this program, we can ensure our patients receive the care they need, when they need it.

What are the benefits of Remote Patient Monitoring and telehealth?

There are many benefits to enrolling in the program such as:

  • Individualized care and improved quality of life
  • Enhanced communication with care providers
  • Reduced hospitalizations and decreased Emergency room visits
  • Ability to collect key health information and connect with your provider/care team via video without leaving the comfort of your home

To learn more, contact the Bellin Telemonitoring Coordinator at 920-432-7745.