We review lessons learned installing the Qardio app on patients’ mobile devices and the latest pricing of Qardio on Amazon.
Review RPM Lessons Learned
Dates on Android: (tap on “Year”) to change year
iPad Mini did not show option to review “Terms and Conditions” while creating new account, so we had to create the account on another device and then log in on the iPad Mini.
PLEASE have iOS users put in their first AND LAST names. The app only asks for a first name at registration.
Consider requiring patients to come in with the app already installed and registration completed.
Have patients send in readings weekly. Have your MA copy and paste the data into a phone message for you to review. Doing this weekly with every patient should cover the 20 minutes for the month, allowing you to still do 20 minutes of CCM each month.
It was on Amazon with Prime for a lower price than we can get it from the company.
On 2/26 it is already back up to $99. I guess you have to get it using our “drmark” coupon code to get it for $90. Keep checking Amazon to see if Qardio puts it back for $75.
Dr. Mark Vaughan, Cristina, and Ian describe lessons learned in the first month of setting up Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) using the QardioArm wireless blood pressure monitor. An update on January CCM is also discussed.
This podcast is intended for physicians’ offices who would like to hear about our experience starting our own chronic care management (CCM) program with great success. Learn from our successes and mistakes to improve the health of your Medicare patients with chronic illness and get the revenue intended to be used for this purpose.