Remote Patient Monitoring Overview
   

Remote Patient Monitoring Overview

The continuous progression of technology is reflected in US healthcare as new digital solutions are regularly being introduced into the market to support both clinicians and patients. Especially for chronic conditions, like type 2 diabetes, there is a need for more consistent patient-provider communication, assessment, and recommendation, allowing for better patient engagement and self-management. Fortunately, this is becoming a reality with the introduction of new technologies, such as digital therapeutics.  Digital therapeutics have the potential to empower patients, prevent complications, and ultimately, augment the real-life value of a medication.

The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have recently further acknowledged the modernization of healthcare, and more specifically, the development of new digital solutions, issuing final rules in the Fall of 2018 that describe how clinics can bill for remote patient monitoring activities. These types of solutions are now covered under Medicare’s Chronic Care Remote Physiologic Monitoring (or Remote Patient Monitoring, or RPM) codes. 

Do you want to start billing for Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)?

Don’t have time to research and understand the intricacies of RPM? 

Don’t worry, we’ve done the work for you.  

Our Whitepaper will help you understand the new rules and CPT® code updates from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). 

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Medicare’s Evolving Remote Physiologic Monitoring Payments Extend Non-face-to-face Care Opportunities

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