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Will RPM Replace Nurses and Doctors?

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Should nurses and clinicians be concerned that remote patient management (RPM) programs will make them obsolete? Quite the opposite, our experts say: Far from offering an alternative to professional caregivers, an effective RPM program supplements their efforts. By enabling healthcare professionals to interact with patients not only at a distance, but in the environment that most patients prefer — their own homes — RPM improves the patient/clinician relationship and “enhances a clinician’s ability to reach out to their patients, to interact with their patients, in an environment which is the preferred environment for the patient,” as Marcus Grindstaff, Care Innovations® COO explains.

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RPM Academy is Taught by

Randall Swanson, CEO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Randall Swanson


A 17-year Intel veteran experienced in corporate business strategy, innovation-centered research & program development, and finance.

Marcus Grindstaff, COO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Marcus Grindstaff


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

Karissa Price-Rico, PH.D., FORMER CMO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Karissa Price-Rico, PH.D.


Consumer marketing expert, former Chief Marketing Officer of Care Innovations, and Co-Founder of the Trusted Hands Network.

Julie Cherry, RN, MSN, CCO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Julie Cherry, RN, MSN


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