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Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) delivers care by using technology remotely collect and transmit patient data to healthcare providers typically outside of a traditional healthcare setting and enables patients to receive care in a timely manner.

Monitoring chronic & acute conditions

RPM is beneficial for chronic disease patients needing long-term care and patients who are recovering from surgery or other medical procedures, as it allows them to receive care and support while they are recuperating at home. This can help to reduce the risk of complications and improve the overall recovery process. With RPM, clinicians can monitor and manage the health of their patients remotely, without requiring them to physically visit a healthcare facility.

Rural population

RPM improves access and quality of care for patients living in remote or underserved areas, as it allows them to receive care from a healthcare provider without needing to travel long distances. This can be particularly beneficial for patients with mobility limitations or those who live in areas with limited access to local healthcare facilities.

Healthcare costs

RPM can help reduce the cost of healthcare by decreasing the need for hospitalization and in-person visits, and by enabling more timely and appropriate interventions. By catching potential health issues before their onset and providing prompt treatment, RPM can help prevent the progression of chronic conditions and reduce the likelihood of more serious health issues from developing.

Personalized care

RPM can be used to deliver personalized care to patients by allowing healthcare providers to tailor treatment plans and interventions to the specific needs of each individual patient. For example, if a patient has a chronic condition such as heart disease or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, RPM can be used to continuously monitor their heart and respiratory rates. This can allow clinicians to adjust the patient's treatment plan in real-time based on their current health status, rather than relying on periodic in-person visits. Furthermore, RPM can also be used to monitor the effectiveness of different treatment interventions, and to identify any potential problems or adverse side effects. This can help general practitioners and specialists optimize treatment plans and ensure that patients are receiving the best appropriate care for their needs.

Medical staff

RPM can help reduce the burden on medical staff, as it allows them to monitor multiple patients remotely, rather than having to see each patient in person, freeing up time and resources that can be used to care for other patients.


Neteera’s FDA-cleared medical device is a contactless remote patient monitoring platform accurately delivering heart and lung activity (heart rate and respiratory rate) as well as patient behavior. Using Neteera’s contactless monitoring platform can have significant impact on the quality-of-care patients receive. Clinical insights on the patient’s current state and trend analysis are made possible by real-time data and continuous collection of vital signs, thus giving the physician the correct tools and information to intervene in a timely manner when necessary.

Neteera’s platform encompasses a seamless and stressless monitoring experience for patients and their medical staff:

  • Contactless remote monitoring

  • Senses through clothing and bedding

  • Health data are kept private and secure

  • No camera for ultimate privacy

  • Device handling/maintenance is not required

  • Complete integration in facilities’ EHR/EMR system

  • SMS/email notifications

  • Smart Alert System aiming to minimize non-clinically relevant notifications

In short, Neteera’s platform may help reduce the burden out of healthcare for a wide range of patients and can help clinicians do their job more effectively and efficiently.

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