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Connected health sensors and devices are critical to expanding the applications of care in the home. While remote patient monitoring platforms have not yet scaled to the same extent as virtual visit solutions, they are highly in demand by care professionals, and consumer experience with connected health devices and sensors in the home is growing rapidly.   

Parks Associates research reveals that as of Q2 2021, 40% of adult heads-of-broadband households report participating in a remote patient monitoring (RPM) program at some point in time. No single-use case dominates, though roughly the same percentage of respondents report using a physician-provided device at home for ongoing monitoring as to aid in diagnosis.

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