Director of Remote Patient Services

Evan Harmon joined Resolve Pain Solutions in 2024 as the Director of Remote Patient Services responsible for both the development and execution of remote patient monitoring (RPM) programs and systems, which leverage digital health technologies to monitor and engage patients throughout their care journey. 

What does Evan and the Remote Patient Services team do for our practice partners?

  • RPM strategy development and oversight
  • RPM system design and implementation
  • Integration of RPM technology with EMR software
  • Supports the practice in managing patients enrolled in the RPM programs
  • RPM billing, coding, and documentation best practices  
  • Troubleshooting and support
  • Training staff on RPM systems and programs

With over 10 years of experience in healthcare IT management,  Evan is passionate about developing and implementing innovative solutions that enhance patient care and outcomes. Prior to joining Resolve Pain Solutions, Evan was the Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) manager for Baptist Health Kentucky where he served as the expert that designed and implemented their remote physiologic and therapeutic monitoring programs, both of which had special focus in the chronic disease management space. His robust experience in healthcare administration and IT positioned him well as he led Baptist’s largest EHR software rollout, Epic – where Evan assumed a product manager role, leading Health Information Management (HIM) integrated areas such as legal medical record, eMPI conversion, patient confidentiality, and ICD-10 for Baptist’s nine facilities and 300+ outpatient locations. 

Evan has served in numerous board and committee positions, including president for the Kentucky Health Information Management Association (KHIMA) and River Valley Health Information Management Association (RvHIMA). He is currently the advocacy chair for the Bluegrass Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (BGHIMSS). 

Evan holds a Master of Science in Health Informatics from Northern Kentucky University and a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration and Informatics from Eastern Kentucky University.