Comprehensive Guide to Remote Patient Monitoring 

What To Know About Establishing and Maintaining a Successful RPM Program

A Comprehensive Guide to Remote Patient Monitoring

Prior to 2020, remote patient monitoring (RPM) was gaining popularity, albeit slowly. There was recognition that RPM, also referred to as remote physiologic monitoring, was an effective and efficient way to provide virtual care, but organizations were largely hesitant to embrace telehealth, of which RPM is a subset.

But 2020 changed everything. Between the COVID-19 health crisis and changes to remote patient monitoring CPT codes, RPM was propelled into the spotlight and recognized as an essential and lucrative way to deliver preventive healthcare.

By downloading this detailed remote patient monitoring guide, you will learn about:

  • Defining remote patient monitoring, including how it differs from telehealth and telemedicine
  • Fundamental RPM processes
  • Benefits of remote patient monitoring for patients, providers, and payers
  • Numerous ways RPM helps patients, thus supporting value-based care initiatives
  • Examples of common remote patient monitoring devices
  • How RPM improves management of prevalent and dangerous disease states
  • Current RPM coding and billing rules and best practices, including discussion of CPT 99453, 99454, 99457, 99458, and 99091
  • How to choose the right remote patient monitoring system
  • What's needed to achieve a thriving RPM program

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