The Critical Role of Connectivity in Remote Patient Monitoring

January 19, 2023

Date: Jan 19, 2023

Duration: 0h 0m

Kajeet

Sponsored by Kajeet

The pandemic has exponentially accelerated the adoption of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), while heightening the expectations of patient care and connection. RPM providers have quickly directed their energy to bringing new interactive and real-time features to their platforms. For those solutions to meet regulatory and consumer expectations, the role of connectivity has become instrumental to the success of many RPM solution providers.

 

Join industry experts from Kajeet and Carium as they discuss:

  • Using cellular connectivity to maximize cost savings while minimizing complexity

  • Ensuring security and HIPAA compliance

  • How to avoid a fragmented technology roadmap

  • Enabling on-demand services and consumer-centric experiences

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Speakers

Zack Kowalski

SVP & GM, Enterprise

Zack is responsible for daily education operations. He works closely with our internal teams and nationwide carriers, ensuring the highest level of customer satisfaction.  Prior to Kajeet, Zack was the Logistics Manager for Bumkins Finer Baby Products, a manufacturer of high-end baby products. Zack also served three years as a search and rescue commander in Israel’s Defense Forces. Zack earned his BBA in business management from Northern Arizona University.

Rich Steinle 

Chief Executive Officer 

Rich Steinle joined Carium in June 2022 as Chief Executive Officer where he is responsible for stewarding the company’s people, story and growth. Rich’s passions are developing high-performing teams, improving healthcare access and championing technology-enabled personalized patient care. His 30-year career spans enterprise, entrepreneurial health and human service ventures within managed care, software and technology, physician network development and consulting services. Rich previously served as President and CEO of Innovista Health Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Health Care Service Corporation, and a provider of delegated managed services for physician organizations navigating transitions in delivery, payment and efficiency models. Prior to his role at Innovista, Rich served as CEO and/or co-founder of multiple organizations focused on healthcare transformation, including primary care delivery, integrated physician networks, electronic health records and collaborative medical real estate solutions. Rich holds degrees in Economics and Management from James Madison University.

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