As healthcare providers continue to adopt remote patient monitoring (RPM) technology, many are discovering a common problem: too many dashboards and not enough insight. RPM technology generates vast amounts of data that can be overwhelming, making it challenging for providers to identify the most crucial information.

To address this issue, companies must focus on building RPM technology that is both comprehensive and straightforward to use. It is essential to define clear goals for the dashboard and ensure that the metrics chosen align with these goals. Secondly, companies should prioritize simplicity and avoid cluttering the dashboard with irrelevant data. Thirdly, incorporating real-time data can make the dashboard more useful. Lastly, user testing and continuous improvement should be prioritized to ensure the dashboard is user-friendly and effective in providing actionable insights. By following these tips, companies can create effective and useful remote patient monitoring dashboards.

Article written by Jennifer Bae and Ami Bhatt



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