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How Does RPM Affect the Clinician-Patient Relationship?

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Telehealth and remote patient management (RPM) enhance how patients and clinicians communicate and share information with one another in a variety of ways, from almost-instantaneous biometrical data to videoconferencing that can provide face-to-face encounters much more frequently than office visits. This increased interactivity and info-sharing serves to strengthen the patient/caregiver relationship, “bridging” those traditional gaps in encounters and delivering “a closer bond and a tighter bond between the clinicians and the patients in their home,” as Care Innovations® Chief Clinical Officer Julie Cherry (RN, MSN) explains.

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Julie Cherry, RN, MSN


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