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Who Pays for Remote Patient Management Programs?

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The “organizations that either carry financial risk, or are driving quality improvements pay for Remote Patient Management,” says Marcus Grindstaff, COO for Care Innovations®. Often, RPM is covered by an insurance company, a hospital system, or a specialty clinic — any organization that carries financial risk or wishes to drive quality improvements is likely to invest in RPM. And the reason is clear: RPM drives down the cost of utilization, thereby lowering costs for organizations. “In most cases, remote patient management is covered by a healthcare organization, an insurance company, a hospital system, sometimes a specialty clinic,” Marcus adds.

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