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Is RPM Just about Technology?

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A common misconception is that remote patient management (RPM) is all about the technology, but as Care Innovations® COO Marcus Grindstaff explains, “Ultimately, RPM programs are successful because the right personal interactions are set up through the right processes and then that program is supported by some spectacular technology.” In fact, in an effective RPM program, technology is just one aspect of a much larger care continuum. The elements that surround the technology — logistics, enrollment, clinical monitoring, and most of all, the people — are what truly determine the success of an RPM program.

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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.