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Should We Lease or Buy Equipment for a RPM program?

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When it comes to implementing a remote patient management (RPM) program, is it better to lease or to buy the equipment and devices on which the service will be based? It’s an important question — and one that doesn’t have a definitive right or wrong answer. “It depends upon the specific requirements of your business,” explains Care Innovations® Chief Financial Officer Bryan Pruden in this exclusive video from the RPM Academy. Bryan goes on to describe how an organization’s specific goals and budget outlays should dictate whether the RPM equipment should be leased or purchased. “It all depends on what works best for you,” he says.

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

Randall Swanson

CEO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

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

COO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

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

Bryan Pruden, CFO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Bryan Pruden

CFO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

A well-versed strategist in commercial operations, manufacturing, supply chain, customer support and Information Technology.

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

Julie Cherry, RN, MSN

CCO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

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

Himanshu Shah, CIO, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Himanshu Shah

CIO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

A fervent technologist in product plans and services that focuses on integration, mobile development, analytics, quality assurance, infrastructure and security management.

Cleon Wellington, Director, Customer Support<br/>and Operations, CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Cleon Wellington

Director, Customer Support
and Operations, CARE INNOVATIONS®

A customer advocate who sees the big picture and successfully implements solutions drawing upon experiences in entrepreneurship, education, marketing, sales, and IT.

Barbara Fullmer, Program Executive,<br/>CARE INNOVATIONS<sup>®</sup> image

Barbara Fullmer

Program Executive,
CARE INNOVATIONS®

An experienced product development manager who specializes in foreseeing customer needs and bringing to fruition the programs that meet those needs.

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

Karissa Price-Rico, PH.D.

FORMER CMO, CARE INNOVATIONS®

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