[Whitepaper] Evaluating the Impact of a Patient-centered Remote Monitoring Program on Adherence to Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

It’s human nature that people react differently (and follow more of the rules) under the watchful eye of remote therapy monitoring (RTM). But for negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) patients in the home care setting, RTM can be enhanced so it performs beyond a simple monitoring function—becoming a tool that leads to engagement.

Download this whitepaper to read how the addition of active patient engagement— including phone calls and education to assist with therapy adherence—boosted the success of RTM. With a substantial increase in compliance after just one day—active patient engagement truly holds the potential for improving outcomes and ultimately, reducing wound care costs.

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