Background: We designed two telemonitoring text and voice messaging interventions, EpxDecolonization (EpxDecol) and EpxWound, to improve management of orthopedic joint replacement patients at Washington University. We reviewed the use of these tools for a period of 88 weeks. Methods: Cohorts of 1,392 and 1,753 participants completed EpxDecol and EpxWound, respectively. All patients who completed EpxDecol also completed EpxWound. We assessed patient use of and satisfaction with these interventions. A return on investment (ROI) analysis was conducted to determine the cost savings generated by EpxWound and EpxDecol. Results: The proportions of patients who responded daily to EpxDecol and EpxWound were 91.9% and 77.7%, respectively, over the lengths of each intervention. The percent of daily responders declined <5% during each intervention. Ultimately, 88.4% of EpxDecol patients and 67.8% of EpxWound patients responded to ≥80% of all messages. Median patient survey responses (n = 1,246) were 9/9 (best possible) for care, 8/9 for improved communication, and 5/9 (perfect number) for number of messages received. ROI analysis for this 88-week period showed that using EpxDecol and EpxWound to engage patients (instead of nurses calling patients) saved the equivalent of 2.275 full-time nursing equivalents per week. We calculated net savings of $260,348 with an ROI of 14.85x for 1,753 patients over 88 weeks. One-year cost savings from these interventions were $153,800 with an ROI of 14.79x. Conclusions: EpxDecol and EpxWound may serve important roles in the perioperative process for orthopedic joint reconstruction surgery given high patient usage of and satisfaction with these interventions. Implementing EpxDecol and EpxWound for a large patient population could yield substantial cost savings and ROI.