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How Do I Keep Patients Engaged On a RPM Program?

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Keeping patients engaged is an important aspect of remote patient management (RPM), with the best programs designed in a way to motivate patients to take charge of their own health. This is accomplished in a number of ways, as our RPM program experts explain in this video. Offering a rich variety of content that keeps the patient interested is key, as is offering continuous support, encouragement and feedback. Daily contact and custom protocols can also help maintain engagement, and videoconferencing is a key element in achieving that, by leveraging the trust relationship patients already have with clinicians as a cornerstone of the program.

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