The NHCI-HC aims to use remote patient monitoring, Bluetooth or wireless-enabled SMBP for patients with hypertension, and to use their data to form future hypertension treatment plans. In the U.S., of the 4.8 million adult patients who are diagnosed with hypertension, 57.7% identify as a racial and/or ethnic minority.
The primary goal of the NHCI-HC is to increase controlled hypertension among this population by leveraging FQHCs to drive improved care delivery and patient monitoring. Over a 3-year period, funding must be used for in-scope services and sites that will expand access to hypertension diagnosis and control. Funding will support a wide-range of diagnosis and testing related in-scope activities that may change as needs evolve within your community.
MD Revenue Partners (MDRP) is working with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to assist them in meeting the grant requirements around monitoring uncontrolled hypertensive patients.
MDRP, will provide all non-clinical aspects of the program, letting the FQHC staff focus on the clinical aspects of improving patient outcomes. MDRP will inventory and ship Bluetooth enabled blood pressure cuffs directly to the patients, maintain and support the network, as well at the cloud-based platform for monitoring patients. To see how easy our devices are to use just watch this short video https://tinyurl.com/Simply-Plug-It-In (1:45 min)
We will also provide all the training and support for both the Health Center staff and patients. When patients’ remote BP readings are taken, they are made available in real-time so clinicians and case managers can act on them if necessary. Clinicians can also use our Remote Care platform to manage Chronic Care Management (CCM), Telehealth, Transitional Care Management (TCM) and Annual Wellness Visits (AWV) to improve the financial outcomes of the FQHC. Learn how MDRP works with FQHCs to deliver successful HRSA-funded program results.
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