No Reduction in Readmissions with Telemonitoring, Coaching for Patients with Heart Failure

July 2016
American Family Physician;7/15/2016, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p168
Academic Journal
An abstract of a study regarding the impact of telephone coaching and telemonitoring on the readmission of patients with heart failure is presented.


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