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What Type of Technology is Needed for RPM?

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When it comes to selecting the right RPM technology to meet the needs of a given patient population, there are several important factors to consider. “First and foremost,” explains Care Innovations® COO Marcus Grindstaff, the technology should support not just the specific needs of the RPM program in question, but also “the people who are implementing that program.” It’s essential, then, to partner with an RPM provider that offers not just premium, sophisticated technology — the kind that can be customized to engage any given population — but also has the know-how and experience to implement the technology in a way that best serves the needs of your team of administrators and caregivers.

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Marcus Grindstaff

COO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

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

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Karissa Price-Rico, PH.D.

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Julie Cherry, RN, MSN

CCO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

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