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How Much Should RPM Cost?

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The specific cost of a remote patient management (RPM) program varies according to a number of factors, including its scope and chosen technology. As part of healthcare’s industry-wide shift to value-based care, the actual costs of an RPM program are measured not just in the price, but also the savings to the organizations that implement it (such as the more efficient use of expensive resources like acute-care facilities). “As you work with a partner in remote patient management, you should work through what is your ROI model, based on the specific savings that you can achieve and the costs to deploy the program,” advises Care Innovations® COO Marcus Grindstaff in this video.

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