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How to reduce heart failure risk & emergency events without over-burdening providers

Case Study
Date: 06.21.2023

A nationally renowned integrated delivery network (IDN) faced a challenge: delays in optimizing blood pressure and heart failure medical therapy created more emergency department visits and treatment delays. They implemented a personalized, proactive remote care program to improve patients’ ejection fraction, sustain high participation levels after enrollment, and elevate provider efficiency with population scale.

Learning Points:

  • How to encourage and maintain patient and provider buy-in to a remote care program that requires ongoing data delivery
  • How to implement personalized remote care initiatives alongside traditional episodic care steps that patients already understand 
  • How to achieve a cost-effective roadmap for HF patient recovery
  • How remote care programs uniquely emphasize patient education and accountability for personal health


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