Medicare’s Proposed 2024 Changes to Remote Monitoring and Care Management

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released its 2024 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule proposed rule. There are some noteworthy changes that, if finalized, would greatly affect the delivery, coding, and billing of remote care management. This includes potentially significant rule changes impacting remote patient monitoring (RPM), remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM), federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), and preventive services.

Fill out the form on this page to watch our webinar "Understanding Medicare's 2024 Proposed Additions & Changes to Remote Care Management" that was recorded on June 25, 2023. We cover:

  • Three new services: community health integration (CHI), principal illness navigation (PIN), and social determinants of health risk assessment
  • RPM and RTM policies
  • Virtual direct supervision
  • Changes affecting FQHCs
  • Requested comments
  • Steps organizations should consider taking in anticipation of proposed changes becoming finalized
  • Topics for which CMS is requesting feedback and what these may indicate for the future of remote care management

* Disclaimer: This presentation is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Billing and coding requirements – especially in the telehealth space – can change and be reinterpreted often. You should always consult an attorney and/or medical billing professional prior to submitting claims for services to ensure that all requirements are met.

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