Patient Engagement/Monitoring

Health Recovery Solutions Named to AVIA Connect’s Top 5 Companies

Health Recovery Solutions (HRS), the nation’s leader in remote patient monitoring, announced today that it was recognized as a Top 5 Company in remote monitoring upon conclusion of extensive research and company outreach by AVIA Connect, the leading digital health marketplace.

“Our team is humbled by this recognition and incredibly proud of our partners and their clinicians for their tireless efforts to improve patient care, support families and caregivers, and drive innovation in healthcare. We look forward to continuing to work with leaders across the industry to put the best product in the hands of clinicians and patients,” said Jarrett Bauer, CEO and co-founder of Health Recovery Solutions.

For ten years, HRS has partnered with the nation’s leading healthcare organizations to optimize clinician workflow, reduce readmissions, decrease costs, and improve patient outcomes. HRS’ diverse suite of product offerings is designed to monitor patients across all acuity levels and diagnoses—offering 90+ customizable care plans. Today, HRS has over 400 clients, 88 of which are AVIA members, and they monitor over 400,000 patients through their technology.

The Top 50 Companies in Remote Monitoring Report represents the aggregation and analysis of over 1,000 health system implementation data points and highlights broader industry trends to contextualize the impact the companies and products are currently having in the space. Given the complexity and evolving nature of remote monitoring, the report helps define the remote monitoring landscape and how these solutions best support patient care.

“The pace of change and the role of digital solutions in healthcare are accelerating,” said Linda Finkel, AVIA CEO. “AVIA Connect and the Top 50 report respond to a critical market need: providing health systems with insights and clarity into the rapidly evolving remote monitoring space. We are thrilled to help health systems understand and identify solutions that can accelerate their ability to support patients outside of the four walls of their hospitals.”

“The past year has seen a huge increase in patient demand for digital health services and acceptance of digital solutions among clinicians and healthcare executives,” said HRS Chief Clinical Officer, Florence Kariuki. “In 2022, we look forward to expanding the wraparound and support services that help make our clients so successful. As organizations launch their first RPM programs, or expand programs they’ve had for years, we’re here to provide the clinical expertise, the logistics and operational support, and the 24/7 technical assistance they need.”

Access the full report findings from AVIA Connect’s Top 50 Remote Monitoring list here.

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