Welcome to White Plains Hospital Remote Patient Monitoring Program.
Remote Patient Monitoring makes getting the care you need convenient, comfortable and easy. Your provider enrolled you in this program because they believe this technology can help you effectively manage your health—without having to go to your physician's office or the Hospital.
As a part of the program, we have sent you the device(s) needed to keep track of your vitals. The data provided from these device(s) will help your care providers better understand your health and well-being between visits. It is important to take your readings every day and to follow your providers instructions.
Get instructions on downloading and installing the Life365 Health app.
Spirometry measures how much air you inhale, how much you exhale and how quickly you exhale. It can be helpful in monitoring your lung condition such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other conditions that affect breathing.
A pulse oximeter is a small device that clips to your finger and measures how much oxygen is in a person's blood. People who have a lung or heart condition may use a pulse oximeter at home to check how they are doing, and their results will be read by a health care provider. Low oxygen levels can be an early warning sign that medical care is needed.
Checking your blood pressure at home is an important part of managing high blood pressure (hypertension). Monitoring with a blood pressure device ensures your medication is working and alerts you and your doctor to potential health complications.
Checking your weight consistently is an important part of managing your health and wellness from home. Monitoring your weight with a weight scale can help your care team determine if medication or care plans are working properly, and may alert you and your doctors to potential health complications.