VRI methods are evidence based and are the result of best practices developed from a host of studies that have shown improvements in clinical outcomes and healthcare costs. The following is a list of Congestive Heart Failure studies that have shown fantastic outcomes using vitals monitoring.
|Principal Author||% Savings of Telemonitoring|
|Benatar1||20.1% - 63.3%|
1Benatar D, Bondmass M, Ghitelman J, Avitall B. Outcomes of chronic heart failure. Arch Intern Med 2003; 163: 347-352
2Dimmisk SL, Burgiss SG, Robbins S, Black D, Jarnagin B, Anders M. Outcomes of an Integrated telehealth network demonstration project. Telemed JE Health 2003; 9:12-23
3Finkelstein SM, Speedie SM, Potthoff S. Home Telehealth improves clinical outcomes at lower cost for home healthcare. Telemed JE Health 2006;12:128-136.
4Jerant AF, Azari R, Nesbitt TS. Reducing the cost of frequent hospital admissions for congestive heart failure: A randomized trial of a home telecare intervention. Med Care 2001;39:1234-1245.
5Lehman CA, Mintz N, Giacini JM. Impact of telehealth on healthcare utilization by congestive heart failure clients. Dis Manage Health Outcomes 2006;14:163-169