On April 27, CTC-RI continued the "Advancing Team-Based Telehealth in RI" series with a webinar addressing remote patient monitoring (RPM) that is being used in RI. Blue Cross & Blue Shield of RI has partnered with AMC Health while UnitedHealthcare has partnered with Vivify/Optum to offer RPM services for patients with Medicare Advantage health insurance. Darlene Dorocz, RI Director of Nursing RIPCPC, provided an overview of how her team at RIPCPC works with the RPM companies to coordinate care for patients that are using the RPM options. Amy Perry, MBA, Director of Case Management, Providence Community Health Centers, described how PCHC is using funding provided through the Accountable Entity and partnering with Health Recovery Solutions to improve care for patients with chronic conditions. Representatives from RPM platforms (Vivify/Optum, Health Recovery Solutions, and AMC Health) presented information on how they set up services for primary care patients.
This webinar series is funded by UnitedHealthcare and authorized CARES Act Funding. If you didn't get a chance to attend the webinar, you can access all materials, including the recording, presentation slides, and FAQ document, on our website.