Remote Monitoring Survey
We are interested in learning more about providers' experiences with remote care programs, including the drivers — and barriers — to their implementation. The following survey aims to gather data with respect to the current and future state of remote monitoring.
All survey participants will receive a complimentary registration to Becker's 4th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference taking place September 19-22, 2018. A member from Becker's team will reach out to you after you complete the survey to confirm your registration for the event.
Which state are you located in?
Bed Size of Health System?
How many physicians currently practice in your ambulatory care setting?
Select the two models that your system sees the most revenue from?
Bundle Payments or Episode-of-Care Payment
Upside Shared Savings Programs
Downside Shared Savings Programs
Partial or Full Capitation
Have you used remote monitoring devices (in-home medical devices, wearables, smartphone applications) in your programs of care?
No, and we don’t have any active plans at this time
No, but we plan to begin in the next 12 months
Yes, we have done one or more pilots
Yes, we have rolled out a few programs broadly
Yes, we have rolled out many remote monitoring programs broadly
What are the personnel barriers to implementing a remote monitoring program (Select all that apply)?
No nurse or care managers in place to review data
Fear of further clinician burnout / overload
Physicians are not interested in supporting
Not enough resources to manage program
Post-EHR, what are the greatest technical considerations for implementing a new SaaS solution?
Integration into the EHR
Vendor selection process / internal processes
What are the greatest concerns related to data privacy and security of patient-generated health data (PGHD)? (Select the top three)
Lack of patient participation due to these concerns
Data provenance and verification
Cyberattacks and data breaches
Secure storing and transit of data
What is your primary interoperability challenge?
Standardized means for patient matching
Lack of data standards
Sharing information between different EHRs owned by our system
Sharing information with other health systems
Challenges with HIE or integration platforms
What percentage of your patient population is in a value-based or capitated payment model?
60% or more
What is the biggest barrier to adopting remote care strategies in your organization?
Senior executive support
Lack of IT expertise or capacity
Lack of support from clinical department heads
Lack of interest from patients
Lack of board support
Unproven financial model
Lack of reimbursement from payers
How many disparate applications does an average clinician use on a day-to-day basis?
What business models are most likely to succeed in your organization to support remote patient monitoring programs?
Integrated Provider-Based Health Plans
Partnership with Home Care Agencies
Technology Partnerships / Acquisitions
Integrated Delivery System
Managed Services Models
Payer-Provider (Shared-Risk) Collaboration
To what extent do readmission penalties affect the programs and services you offer?
They have a significant impact.
They have a moderate impact.
They have little bearing.
Not at all
What do you think the opportunities are for remote monitoring within your organization?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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