Why Providence is leaning into remote patient monitoring

March 25, 2024 Providence News Team

Providence is leaning heavily into remote patient monitoring for its at-home care strategy, Dr. Eve Cunningham, Chief of Virtual Care and Digital Health told Becker's. The 51-hospital system started piloting the program a year and a half ago and is now scaling it. Over 1,500 patients are currently enrolled in the care model, a number that is expected to reach 5,000 to 8,000 by the end of 2024.

Dr. Cunningham said the "secret sauce" of Providence's program is that it doesn't add to provider burnout. The health system partners with an outside company that provides both technology and clinicians, including nurse practitioners, behavioral health specialists and pharmacists.

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