Webinar: Remote Patient Monitoring Success in Independent Practice

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Webinar: Remote Patient Monitoring Success in Independent Practice
by Carl Bertram

Registration is open for the Prevounce webinar, "Building a Successful Remote Patient Monitoring Program in Independent Practice." The 45-minute program is scheduled for Tuesday, October 17, at 2:00 PM EDT.

During the program, Dunwoody Village Clinic CEO Rob Cushman will discuss the practice's remote patient monitoring (RPM) program. Since its launch, the program has grown to support about 150 enrolled patients, with many more projected to participate. Rob oversaw the creation and implementation of the Dunwoody Village program and continues to manage it today.

Rob will cover issues including patient eligibility, buy-in, and engagement; device selection and distribution; coding and billing; staff training; and program growth, and will answer attendee questions about what's required for independent practices to achieve short- and long-term RPM success.

Learn more and reserve your seat!

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