Burnout and stress on nurses has been growing of the past few year but really hit a head because of Covid-19, leaving many nurses to exit the field. In a recent survey 34% of nurses said they would likely leave their positions by the end of the year.
Easing the burned with AI-enabled Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)
RPM and data automation combined with artificial intelligence (AI) can ease the duties and free staff from manually tasks, especially for nurses and other clinical staff, enabling them to spend more time on patient-facing and revenue-generating opportunities.
Increasing accountability with RPM
By enabling patients to us technology like RPM they don’t have to wait for follow-up visits or catastrophic events for the initiation, escalation, or discontinuation of medical therapies.
It also allows for improvements in medical adherence, streamlining billing and reimbursement, and surfacing social determinants of health insights.