An exciting — and expensive — type of device allows doctors to monitor their heart failure patients from afar. Through Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), medical professionals can keep tabs on their patients without requiring them to risk the dangers of a hospital visit and would, in fact, aid in early detection and treatment. But what’s stopping these devices from being implanted in all heart failure patients? Dr. Alain Bouchard, Dr. Mustafa Ahmed, and Dr. Jason Guichard discuss the ins and outs of Remote Patient Monitoring as it relates to heart failure.
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