Virtual Care Management
Remotely monitor and treat patients to improve care outcomes
A Reliable Solution to Conduct Virtual Visits
Our virtual care services
Adapting to the future of healthcare
Remote Patient Monitoring, or RPM, allows your practice to maintain continuity of care while receiving patient data in real time. Harris Ambulatory Group’s RPM services, enabled by our first-of-its-kind Vitals360 device, encourage patients to be active participants in their healthcare management. It allows providers to view daily vitals and patient data, monitor disease progression, view feedback, make prescription changes, and deliver additional therapies directly to the patient from the comfort of their own home.
With RPM, patients and providers develop a collaborative relationship where patients are empowered to manage their care and make joint decisions to improve care outcomes. In addition, barriers to receive care are eliminated, improving the overall quality of life among patients.
We offer a game-changing development in the ability to remotely monitor patients. The Vitals360 device is the first professional-grade multi-vitals diagnostic device to perform five physiological measurements, including BP, SpO2, Glucose, Temp, ECG, and body weight when connected to a Bluetooth-enabled scale.
With full-service remote clinical staff augmentation, a Virtual Care Assistant can help alleviate financial burdens and fill gaps in patient care. Because the program leverages existing billing codes, you can begin immediately with no upfront costs. Many practices experience increased revenue and improved patient engagement without compromising a high level of care.
Telehealth services from Harris Ambulatory Group allow you to treat patients remotely through secure HIPAA-compliant text and video conversations. With the click of a button, providers can deliver efficient care while improving patient satisfaction, engagement, and retention.
To learn more about how Harris Ambulatory Group’s solutions can help your practice, reach out to us today.