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Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) enables daily measurement of patient health data, including vitals. Providers can assess and use this information to monitor trends and inform long-term care of chronic conditions. 


Our remote patient monitoring services empower healthcare providers to remotely monitor vital signs and health trends. This innovative approach enables medical professionals to deliver personalized care and intervene early.


Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) empowers your patients, streamlines your practice, and lets you stay ahead in healthcare. RPM devices collect daily vital data and send it to the provider for ongoing review. It can help providers address value-based care objectives without sacrificing financial stability.

Key Features

Encouraging Patient Empowerment

With user-friendly connected cellular medical devices like heart monitors and blood pressure cuffs, providers can easily monitor vital health metrics of their patients. 

Optimized Reimbursement

Stay financially rewarded for your dedication to patient care. Since 2020, Medicare has increased reimbursement for RPM, offering a substantial revenue opportunity for healthcare providers. 

Comprehensive Care Plans

This real-time data exchange allows practitioners to monitor patients effectively between office visits, gaining a holistic understanding of their health.

Efficient Patient Care

By remotely gathering vital information, healthcare providers can proactively address issues and tailor care plans, leading to more efficient and personalized patient care.

Connected Devices


CPT Codes for Chronic Care Management

CPT Code 99453

For initial set-up, monitoring, and educating patients on using the equipment.

Reimbursement: $19.7

CPT Code 99454

For continued monitoring over 16-day.

Reimbursement: $46.5

CPT Code 99457

For management services for an initial 20 minutes.

Reimbursement: $48.1

CPT Code 99458

For management services for each additional 20 minutes.

Reimbursement: $38.6

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Frequently Asked Questions

+ Who can Perform or Deliver Remote Patient Monitoring Services? Under Medicare, clinical staff can furnish and manage RPM services under the general supervision of the billing provider. For CPT codes 99453, 99454, 99457 and 99458, the billing provider must be a physician or other qualified healthcare professional (QHCP).

+ Can Remote Patient Monitoring be Billed in Conjunction with Chronic Care Management (CCM)? Yes, a provider can bill both the RPM CPT code 99457 and CCM CPT code 99490. CMS recognizes the analysis involved in furnishing RPM services is complementary to CCM and other care management services. With that said, the time spent by providers in furnishing these services cannot be counted towards the required time for RPM and CCM codes for a single month. In other words, no “double counting.” Billing 99457 and 99490 together requires a provider to deliver at least 40 minutes of services: 20 minutes of RPM, 20 minutes of CCM.

+ What Payers Cover Remote Patient Monitoring? RPM is payable by Medicare, 22 state Medicaid programs (as of April 2020), and an increasing number of private payers. In 2020, the CPT codes for RPM were overhauled, which has spurred a flurry of coverage changes in the private insurance industry.

+ How do Patients Enroll in RPM? Enrollment is completed at an in-person evaluation or Annual Wellness Visit. Written or oral consent must be documented. The provider should explain to the patient: - How RPM can benefit them - Medicare Part-B's 80% coverage with co-pay - That they can opt out at any time

+ Considerations to Make When Selecting Devices - Determine whether a cellular or Bluetooth connection is best for your patients - Select the best devices to track measures relevant to a specific condition - Decide whether your organization should invest in RPM devices or lease them from a third party

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