1. Remote Patient Monitoring Versus Remote Patient Engagement

    The Tenets of Remote Patient Monitoring Remote Patient Monitoring really is exactly what it states. RPM is a technology to enable monitoring of patients outside of conventional clinical settings (e.g. in the home), which may increase access to care and decrease healthcare delivery costs. Typically, it involves mobile medical devices (scales, BP cuffs, pulse oximeters, etc.), used by patients to perform a routine test and send the test data to a healthcare…

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  2. AADB Weighs in on Teledentistry Legislation

    The American Association of Dental Boards has established state-level examples for Teledentistry regulations, including provisions that establish consumers’ right to know the necessary information about their treating doctor, their right to access clear aligner therapy via remote platforms and their right to access care without prohibitive office visits and mandatory radiographs. The American Teledentistry Association is in agreement with these proposed examples of teledentistry regulations and commends them on their fine work….

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  3. Guiding Principles for Teledentistry Legislation

    The American Teledentistry Association has developed guiding principles for State Legislators seeking to introduce bills related to teledentistry.