Remote Patient Monitoring Effortless Healthcare At-home

  • Health conditions evolve and change everyday even when “feeling healthy”.
  • A person’s vitals taken at-home provide good indication of health conditions.
  •  Vital alerts transmitted to clinicians provide evidence for timely care at-home or clinic.
  • Early detection of possible abnormal risk conditions prevents worsening crisis.
  • Effective, timely care reduces likelihood of expensive and troubling ER/Hospitalizations.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC:

“High blood pressure is called the “silent killer” because it often has no warning signs or symptoms, and many people do not know they have it”.


  • RPM is a Medicare Part B Benefit.
  • Supplemental or Secondary Insurance Usually Covers all or most of the patient’s Part B copayment costs.
  • Some Medicare Advantage HMO or PPO Health Plans may also cover health monitoring. Inquire directly with your insurance about RPM coverage and costs.
  • Devices are provided at NO cost to Medicare Patients. Patients must commit to taking and sending vitals at least every other day.
  • Do not go up stairs or exercise for 5 minutes before taking your Vitals.
  • Medicare Guidelines:-
  • Medicare Regulations mandate that patients take 16 vitals readings per month. These minimum readings are necessary for RPM to be effective. Serinus will send friendly reminders to patients, who have not transmitted their vitals for 2 days, to help patients secure RPM benefits.

Serinus Health and Ready Med Partnering To Provide RPM

Remote Patient Monitoring is now one of the most effective medical tools a doctor can rely on. It allows your doctor to monitor your health while you remain at home. RPM empowers your doctor to make adjustments to your medications or make potentially life-saving medical decisions remotely and quickly. This greatly reduces the likelihood of needing to go to the clinic or ER. RPM is accomplished by a patient taking their vitals at home and then submitting them to the Serinus Virtual Care Cloud using the Serinus vitals collection tools.

When you submit your vitals to the Serinus Virtual Care Cloud they are analyzed instantly for any changes in your vitals that might indicate an emerging health condition or worsening symptoms. If this is detected, the Care Cloud generates a Vitals Alert which is sent to your doctor or care team for their attention Your vitals are stored in the Serinus Virtual Care Cloud to provide a clear and accurate picture of your vitals history. The vital history allows your doctor to make accurate diagnoses, follow your vitals trends, and make more informed medical decisions going forward in your healthcare journey.