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We know heart health is essential to living a healthy, long life, yet cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of death in the United States. In fact, more than 42% of Medicare beneficiaries live with at least one heart condition, making this population greatly impacted and vulnerable.
Improving cardiovascular outcomes does not happen overnight but they can be advanced with virtual care solutions.
In just the last five years, Wellbox has delivered virtual care to more than 26,000 patients with chronic cardiovascular conditions. With virtual care services such as Remote Patient Monitoring, Principal Care Management, and Chronic Care Management, we’re delivering quality care while maximizing results for your patients and practice.
When you partner with Wellbox, our solutions can help your practice achieve improved clinical and financial outcomes for cardiovascular health. They can also help patients enjoy a better quality of life by helping them better manage their conditions and cardiac health from the comfort of their homes.
This page was designed to offer relevant and helpful resources for your practice as you aim to improve outcomes for your cardiovascular disease Medicare population. If you would like to learn more about our solutions and how they enhance cardiovascular disease care management, contact us today.
Nearly half of American adults live with cardiovascular disease, and vulnerable groups such as the Medicare population is greatly affected. This infographic outlines how remote patient monitoring improves outcomes for cardiac Medicare populations.
Better outcomes for cardiovascular health can be achieved through the right programs and strategies with population health management. Read a few tactics we outline that can benefit your practice and cardiac patient population.
Are you interested in enrolling in a virtual care program? Learn a few ways these programs can benefit heart health in the long run and make a difference in helping people win back their health against heart disease.
Download our whitepaper today to discover how connecting cardiac patients to virtual care solutions can better address your cardiovascular disease population. You’ll also learn how these solutions can help empower patients in their self-management and lead to better outcomes.
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Our clinical team had a patient enrolled in the RPM program who has hypertensive heart disease with heart failure and whose blood pressures were consistently elevated. The RPM device recognized the high blood pressure levels and allowed our team to alert her provider of the risk and intervene quickly by changing her medication. If she had not been enrolled in the program, the patient’s blood pressure would have gone unnoticed and could have resulted in additional health complications.