CareSignal White Paper Highlighting the Need and Benefit of Remote Patient Monitoring Supporting Behavioral Health Conditions, Specifically Depression and Anxiety

ST. LOUIS, MO -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE™ -- OCTOBER 14, 2021: Healthcare leaders have always recognized the importance of managing chronic conditions and reducing ED visits, but there has been a renewed focus on behavioral health.

People with diabetes are 2 to 3 times more likely to have depression than people without diabetes, yet only 25% to 50% of people with diabetes who have depression get diagnosed and treated. Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring is uniquely capable of supporting chronic conditions and behavioral health, enabling organizations to truly provide whole patient care.

Using the latest research, CareSignal wrote a white paper highlighting the need and benefit of remote patient monitoring supporting behavioral health conditions, specifically depression and anxiety.

Health Plan Case Study

WEA Trust, a health plan looking to address comorbid conditions, is one of many CareSignal clients to implement a Behavioral Health program in addition to chronic conditions. WEA Trust shared the results of its partnership with CareSignal in a case study:

  • 75% of members engaged with CareSignal for more than 6 months
  • 2 in 3 members with depression experienced improved mental health
  • 10.52 mmHG average drop is sBP for members with baseline 140-160 mmHg sBP

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