ResMed recently announced that it has launched its automated ReSupply solution for home medical equipment providers in the U.S.
The system is designed to increase sleep apnea patients’s long-term therapy adherence while also improving patient satisfaction.
Patients who are currently enrolled in an automated resupply program are 50% less likely to stop PAP therapy in their first year, according to ResMed. The company’s new program automates enrollment as a patient meets compliance requirements to let patients choose their preferred contact method. Patients are also able to order supplies through a web- or mobile-based patient portal.
“The new resupply platform is simple and easy to use – everything you need is at your fingertips,” Kera Tennyson, a PAP location manager at Advanced Medical Solutions in Ann Arbor, Mich., said in a press release. “PAP is a lifelong commitment, so it’s important that we help support our patients’s therapy for the long term. RedMed ReSupply helps us do just that.”
Home medical equipment providers are also able to manage resupply needs from a comprehensive dashboard to identify, prioritize and assign tasks.
“Automating the resupply process is critical to maximizing patients’s success on therapy, as well as HMEs’ business efficiency,” Raj Sodhi, ResMed’s SaaS president, said. “With Brightree offering an automated resupply solution for its HME customers, and ResMed now launching one for non-Brightree customers, HMEs using any billing platform can all enjoy the benefits of an easily managed resupply program.”