10 Things Every RHC and FQHC Should Know About Remote Patient Monitoring

Learn how to start and grow an impactful, compliant, and reimbursable RPM program. 

FQHC RHC Guide ThumbnailMedicare now reimburses RHCs and FQHCs for providing remote patient monitoring (RPM) services! Combine RPM with an existing chronic care management (CCM) or principal care management (PCM) program to deliver more comprehensive patient care while boosting organizational revenue.

Download the RHC and FQHC resource guide to learn more about:

  • Medicare coverage for remote patient monitoring
  • Billing HCPCS G0511 for remote patient monitoring
  • Remote patient monitoring financial opportunities
  • Common remote patient monitoring applications
  • Remote patient monitoring device options
  • Patient education and engagement

Take the first step to building an RPM program that's good for your patients and your bottom line!




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