Providing Remote Monitoring Healthcare Solutions and Patient Monitoring Devices for Over 10 Years
Trapollo’s remote patient monitoring services bridge the gap between technology, data, and patient care. Our remote patient monitoring software solutions equip patients and healthcare providers with a powerful and customized alternative to traditional healthcare, with remote devices that utilize data and doctor-patient communications to create the most customized individual healthcare plan for every patient. Trapollo’s advanced remote patient monitoring application and systems go beyond technology, improving quality of care for all.
Trapollo's Remote Patient Monitoring Programs Boost Patient Satisfaction
Improved Outcomes with Comprehensive At-Home Diagnostics
When successfully implemented, remote monitoring and cloud-based at-home care coordination can reduce costly hospital readmissions. Our remote monitoring devices act as a cloud-based triage, using real-time data including vital signs, blood pressure and other health data to provide patients with up-to-date individualized care plans.
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We design, implement and support nationwide RPM programs incorporating multiple technologies for some of the largest healthcare organizations in the United States.
Remote Engagement Tools to Motivate Patients & Improve Care Plan Adherence
Remote patient monitoring refers to the process of gathering patient information outside of in-person healthcare settings such as hospitals or care clinics, including patient blood pressure, glucose, weight, and temperature. Using modern technology, RPM tracks patient data and transports that data to providers in real-time.
Remote patient monitoring simplifies care for patients and providers alike. Examinations that once took hours of time-consuming travel and waiting now take seconds, saving patients valuable time in their day. Concurrently, fewer in-person appointments drastically decrease the burden of care for providers, opening up time and space for patients who require urgent care.
Remote patient monitoring also opens opportunities for limitless communication between patients and providers. As soon as a patient’s data signals they need care, a provider receives an alert noting that immediate action is necessary. RPM keeps high-risk patients safe, providing them protection as soon as possible.
For patients, RPM monitors, tests, and records data for all kinds of needs, from checking vitals throughout chronic disease treatment to screening patients for possible issues in the future. This information is retrieved through a variety of healthcare devices, such as glucometers, pulse oximeters, and wearables.
Once recorded, data is transferred from devices directly to healthcare providers. Providers assess data and potentially intervene with future care or instruction. Occasionally, this will even lead to in-person care.
Yes. Like many chronic diseases, several factors impact health in patients with congestive heart failure. These include, but are not limited to, blood pressure, blood oxygen levels, glucose, and weight. Remote patient monitoring tracks all of this information and more to keep patients with congestive heart failure safe and providers updated in real-time.
At the technology’s onset, remote patient monitoring was criticized for its lack of accessibility and low reliability. Because many older patients were less familiar with modern technology, certain patients in need faced a significant barrier to entry. Additionally, earlier RPM devices simply weren’t as effective as in-person alternatives.
Today, however, both of these disadvantages have been minimized. Remote patient monitoring education and awareness have skyrocketed in quality, leading to a far easier transition for all patients. Advances in technology have also made information provided by remote patient monitoring incredibly reliable.
Trapollo’s monitoring solutions address individual patient needs and priorities with product diversity. We utilize multiple types of monitoring solutions, each that address individual patient and clinician needs and priorities. Our services include:
- Remote Patient Monitoring Systems & Devices
- Passive RPM
- Video-Based RPM
- Wearable Monitors
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
- Technology-Enabled Patient Communication Systems
- Cellular Activation
- Video-Based Telehealth Devices
- Educational Tablets
- In-Home Two-Way Video Conferencing
- Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) Management
- Home-Based & Mobile Personal Emergency (PERS)
- Medication Management
- ADL Motion Sensing & Remote Monitoring Systems