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How Do I Recruit Patients for a RPM Program?

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There are a few essential factors to consider when it comes to recruiting patients for a remote patient management (RPM) program. An effective RPM program will utilize proven consumer marketing techniques to not only better understand what patients should be recruited, but also to determine how those patients should be recruited, and to communicate with them accordingly. A referral from a reliable source, such as the patient’s existing doctor, a nurse with an existing relationship, or another trusted clinician, can also be a key motivator; to that end, engagement with clinicians can be just as important as patient engagement.

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