We provide CARE between the episodes of care.
With decades of industry-leading experience in remote healthcare management at the organizational and patient level, Reconnect4Health is deeply committed to providing a fully functional, high-quality remote care solution to the healthcare industry.
As a nurse-owned and managed remote patient monitoring design and service provider company, we have a passion for improving the health and well-being of our patients while also helping our customers achieve meaningful and measurable ROI.
Reconnect4Health’s mission is to provide superior Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) program design consultation, ROI modeling and RPM clinical services. Our goal is to engage and empower patients while increasing quality outcomes and patient/caregiver satisfaction and lowering healthcare costs. We do this by developing trusted and caring nurse/patient relationships and using our more than 90 years of combined nursing experience to provide exceptional service.
Our core business includes:
- Consultation for RPM program design
- Development of Return on Investment (ROI) Models
- Remote patient monitoring services
At Reconnect4Health, our core values drive our decisions and behaviors.
Our core values are:
Act with Integrity:
We do the right thing even when it is hard, and are open and honest with our patients, customers, partners, and teammates.
Be Committed to Excellence:
Quality and constant improvement is at the heart of how we run our business. We never settle and strive to deliver outstanding service at all times.
Have a Patient-Centric Mindset:
Our business is focused on serving our patients. As nurses ourselves, our first calling is the care and wellbeing of our patients; and we never compromise that.
We are caring people, and how we treat our patients, customers, partners, and teammates is with kindness and empathy.
The Reconnect4Health Advantage
- Save money by reducing readmissions with remote monitoring
- Open a new revenue channel with remote patient monitoring
- Connect with patients on a deeper level through video visits to provide better outcomes
- Rapid deployment/integration for fast ROI
BONNIE PERRY BRITTON, MSN, RN, ATAF
CEO and Executive Director
Bonnie is recognized as a Telehealth pioneer and expert. She has dedicated the past 23 years of her career as a nurse, advancing the adoption and implementation of Telehealth both nationally and internationally. She began her career in Telehealth when she started the first remote patient monitoring program in North Carolina and the 15th in the nation in 1997. Bonnie was the 13th inductee into the American Telemedicine Association’s College of Fellows in 2010. Bonnie is a previous American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Board Member, chaired the ATA Home Telehealth SIG, chaired the ATA Home Telehealth Clinical Guideline Development Committee, co-chaired the ATA Home Telehealth Satisfaction Item Bank, and is a member of the ATA Policy Committee, Awards Committee and Nominating Committee. She currently serves as a Board Advisor and Consultant for the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center (MATRC).
Bonnie has provided expertise to the United Nations Human Settlement Programme, the Ontario Telehomecare Project, Continua Health Alliance: Blueprint for ACA Pilots in Washington, DC, and the Senate Sub-committee for Health, Education, Labor and Pensions in Washington, D.C. She has presented at numerous industry conferences, roundtables, and summits. Bonnie has published a variety of articles and written over 20 successful grant applications.
Under Bonnie’s leadership, Vidant Health implemented a post-discharge remote patient monitoring program at 7 hospitals. In 2 years, the health system experienced a 67% reduction in hospitalizations and a 68% reduction in bed days. Prior to this, Bonnie implemented the first Remote Patient Monitoring program at a Federally Qualified Health Center, which in 5 years demonstrated statistically significant reductions in hospitalizations and bed days. Bonnie has extensive experience consulting with various organizations. Through her work with MATRAC, she has provided successful consultation services to University of Pittsburg Medical Center, Sentara Health System, Broadaxe, DaVita Dialysis, Leigh Valley Health System, BasisHealth, The Center for Telemedicine Law, and Alliance Coal Health Plan.
Marsha N. Rehm, MSN, RN-BC, AP-PMN
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Marsha has more than 38 years of nursing experience working with adult health and chronic disease management. She spent the first 32 years of her career as the Oncology and Pain Management Clinical Nurse Specialist for a large tertiary care hospital system in eastern North Carolina. In that role, she provided thousands of hours of pain management education and consultation, both locally and nationally. She also mentored hundreds of students from all areas of health care. In that role, Marsha was responsible for providing clinical expertise and support to nurses at the bedside, helping drive practice changes throughout the organization, and ensuring the use of best practices and evidence-based care to achieve the best possible patient outcomes.
Since joining Reconnect4Health, Marsha has become an expert at developing extensive return on investment models and clinical workflows for telehealth and remote patient monitoring.
Marsha earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and her Master of Science in Nursing degree from East Carolina University College of Nursing. She is recognized as a Clinical Nurse Specialist with the North Carolina State Board of Nursing. She is also board certified as an Advanced Practice Pain Management Registered Nurse.
Vickie Whitehurst, RN, MSN
Director of Nursing
Vickie graduated from the College of Nursing at East Carolina University with a BSN (1982) and MSN (1994). She brings 38+ years of nursing experience to the Remote Monitoring and Telehealth consultation leadership role. Past nursing experience include cardiac nursing, various roles in home health settings, Quality Advisor for a Quality Improvement Organization(QIO), Certified Peer educator for the Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP), and leadership roles in an Academic Primary Care office setting, a Federally Qualified Community Health Center, and a regional Health System.
She participated in one of the first remote monitoring programs in the state of North Carolina.
Vickie portrays compassion and excitement to enhance the role of RPM in improving the quality of health with her clients/patients.