RPM Healthcare Expands Care Coach Team to Enhance Remote Patient Monitoring Platform

RPM Healthcare’s Care Coach Team adds a personal touch to RPM365, the advanced digital solution that connects providers and patients between office visits.

RPM Healthcare announced the expansion of their Care Coach Team to bring remote patient monitoring (RPM) to thousands of patients at practices from New York to California. Leveraging RPM Healthcare’s comprehensive RPM solution, RPM365, company leadership is excited to extend their growing connected care programs.

“We’re thrilled to continue to extend healthcare beyond the office with the addition of great new members to our team,” said Irina Koyfman, Chief Population Health Officer at RPM Healthcare. “Their robust training encourages them to look at patients holistically, utilizing a patient-centric approach.”

The RPM365 Care Coach Team is staffed by licensed nursing professionals who use a multi-channel approach to communicate directly with patients to keep them engaged in the program, answering their questions, and guiding them with strategies to ensure adherence with their provider’s recommendations.

“Our company realized early on that connecting patients with their providers between visits was the missing link in patient care,” said Eric Jensen, RPM Healthcare’s CEO. “We’re delighted to see that our Care Coach Team is able to bring a personal touch to the process that goes beyond just sending patient health data.”

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Stroke Survivors Benefit from RPM

Columbia University research demonstrated that stroke survivors who received a multi-faceted care model, including Remote Patient Monitoring, called Telehealth After Stroke Care (TASC) showed improvements in “patient engagement, patient access and blood pressure levels three months after the first stroke.”

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Stroke Survivors Benefit from RPM

Columbia University research demonstrated that stroke survivors who received a multi-faceted care model, including Remote Patient Monitoring, called Telehealth After Stroke Care (TASC) showed improvements in “patient engagement, patient access and blood pressure levels three months after the first stroke.”