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What if my patients don’t like technology?

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Remote patient management (RPM) has been shown again and again to improve healthcare efficiencies while also lowering costs. Still, some clinicians and healthcare providers may be reluctant to adopt an RPM service under the belief that their patients may resist interacting with what’s perceived to be technology-based care. Our experts explain why this isn’t the case: RPM has shown itself to be effective across a wide variety of patient populations, including older adults. “I promise you that seniors can use technology successfully to better improve their own health,” says Karissa Price-Rico, Consumer Experience Expert and Former CMO for Care Innovations®.

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RPM Academy is Taught by

Randall Swanson, CEO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Randall Swanson


A 17-year Intel veteran experienced in corporate business strategy, innovation-centered research & program development, and finance.

Marcus Grindstaff, COO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Marcus Grindstaff


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

Karissa Price-Rico, PH.D., FORMER CMO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Karissa Price-Rico, PH.D.


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

Julie Cherry, RN, MSN, CCO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Julie Cherry, RN, MSN


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