Return on Investment

The Center for Technology and Aging and the Partners HealthCare Center for Connected Health are collaborating to develop a return on investment (ROI) model to help health care organizations assess the viability of remote patient monitoring (RPM) technologies. Supported through a grant from the California HealthCare Foundation, the goal of this initiative is to develop a robust ROI model that can be used by a broad array of health care organizations to analyze the long term sustainability and scalability of their respective RPM programs. The ROI model for RPM interventions focuses on chronic disease management, with an emphasis on congestive heart failure. The model was tested among five Center for Technology and Aging grantees and other health care organizations applying various remote patient monitoring technologies. To learn more about the ROI Tool for Remote Patient Monitoring, please contact:

Center for Technology and Aging
David Lindeman

Center for Connected Health
Kamal Jethwani


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