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Remote Patient
Your Next Step in
Care Management

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Remote patient monitoring (RPM), or the use of physiologic readings from a device to both monitor and manage a patient’s care remotely, offers providers the ability to know when a patient is trending out of an acceptable range, and to intervene before the patient requires an emergency department visit or inpatient stay.

Signallamp Health offers an industry first, end-to-end RPM solution that's proven to deliver RPM at scale, profitably.

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Simple, reliable technology

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Enrollment and consent

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Documentation and compliance

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Personalized treatment and management

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Improved patient outcomes

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Satisfied, loyal patients

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New revenue, greater productivity

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More nurses, no added expense

Impact from RPM is not realized by implementing with 1-2% of your eligible population, but rather at a scale of 15-20% of your eligible population. That's the scale Signallamp guarantees and delivers, helping you to implement a sustainable program that pays for itself.

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The Signallamp Model for RPM:

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Signallamp enrollment specialist calls eligible patients. Co-insurance & clinical benefits are clearly explained. Patients that consent and opt-in are enrolled in the RPM program.
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Signallamp scans the device ID into your EHR to assign to the patient and ships the appropriate monitoring devices.
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Signallamp reaches out to the patient and helps them setup and start using their monitoring device.
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A hub in the patient's home automatically transmits data collected from monitoring devices into your EHR using a secure cellular connection.
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A Signallamp nurse dedicated to your practice provides personalized treatment, management & interventions based on the physiologic data from the monitoring devices and the Provider's plan of care.
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Everything is documented in your EHR according to your workflows. Interaction with your care team is minimal except for when an intervention requires a provider.

Proven Model. Trusted by Many.

Local, Personalized RPM at Scale with no out-of-pocket expense.