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What are the Deployment Stages for a RPM Program?

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The successful deployment of a remote patient management (RPM) program begins with an initial examination of how logistics and workflows can best be optimized. It’s then common for a RPM program to be implemented for a distinct patient population (i.e., by condition or geographic location). Next, it’s time to define the steps needed for large-scale development, and to determine the timeline. Finally, the RPM program is deployed on the appropriate scale to treat the population in question. And although careful consideration of every point is essential, expert providers like Care Innovations® can develop and deploy an effective RPM program in as little time as a few weeks or months.

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Randall Swanson

CEO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

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Marcus Grindstaff

COO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

A passionate spokesperson for reforming the healthcare delivery system. Grows exceptional teams focused on bringing healthcare to the home.

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Karissa Price-Rico, PH.D.

FORMER CMO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

Consumer marketing expert, former Chief Marketing Officer of Care Innovations, and Co-Founder of the Trusted Hands Network.

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Julie Cherry, RN, MSN

CCO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

Julie Cherry, RN, MSN: Helped pioneer the first home telehealth solution for remote patient management. Advanced practice nurse.