Remote Patient Monitoring for Hypertension Control

Remote Patient Monitoring for Hypertension Control: Strategies and Considerations for Community Health Centers

Wednesday, February 28th, 2023
TIME: 1:00PM to 2:00PM 

Studies have shown the benefits of remote patient monitoring (RPM) programs for monitoring patients with hypertension (HTN) (high blood pressure) outside the clinic. RPM technology allows patient blood pressure readings and other health data to reliably flow between the patient and their care team providers, with advantages that include detection of white coat and masked hypertension and better long-term blood pressure control. With so many RPM programs available since the pandemic, however, choosing the best program for a health center and their patient population can be a challenge. In this webinar, we will hear from health centers who have successfully implemented an RPM program using different RPM technologies, to improve hypertension control rates in patients with hypertension. Presenters will discuss considerations for program planning, challenges, successes, and strategies for successful RPM program implementation to improve hypertension outcomes in the health center setting.


  • Learn about remote patient monitoring (RPM) as a promising practice for hypertension management and control.
  • Explore the experiences of health centers who have implemented different RPM program technologies.
  • Understand the considerations for RPM program planning, design, and implementation at a community health center.


  • Angelina Speltz, MHA; Senior Director of Quality Enhancement, Axis Community Health
  • Dawnell Moody, MD; Chief Medical Officer, Axis Community Health
  • Dr. Sonali Sheth, Axis Community Health 
  • Denise Gomez, MD; Director of Adult Medicine, TrueCare

Payment is due at time of registration.

  • CPCA Member/Health Center: $100
  • Associates: $112.50
  • Non Member, Non Health Center: $125

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2/28/2024 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Online Via Zoom

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