Community-Based Treatment Through Technology: Remote Health Monitoring, Relapse Prevention & More Consumer health monitoring – also known as remote patient monitoring (RPM) – is a valuable form of ambulatory health care that gathers consumer biometric information through mobile medical devices and sends that information to health care professionals. Once collected, that data can be stored and analyzed, and acted upon in real time. While there are no national statistics on the use of RPM, the value of the market is estimated to be almost six billion, as of 2009 (see
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