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   Virtual Care Planning Utilizing an

Automated Care Management & Remote Monitoring Platform

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Remote Patient Monitoring not only makes sense for patients and your practice, it also makes sense for your bottom line.  RPM allows you and your practice to stay connected to your patients by providing an additional level of care and support while your patients feel more connected to their physician.  This leads to a tremendous improvement in patient satisfaction, outcomes, and your bottom line. 

Contact Us Today To See If A Remote Monitoring and Virtual Care Planning Can Benefit Your Practice and Patients!

Patient Benefit

Quality of Experience

  • Improved knowledge, understanding & preparation

  • Increased satisfaction

  • Improved trust

  • Improved Patient Safety

  • Lower anxiety

  • Improved adherence

  • Better outcomes!

Improved Support System

  • Family involvement

Improved Access to Care

  • Easier access to care team

  • Reduced response time to patient questions

Practice Benefit

Improved Revenue

  • Fewer surgical cancellations

  • More revenue-producing slots by reducing non-emergent post-op appointments

  • Remote patient monitoring revenue

Improved Office Efficiency

  • No added physician burden

  • Free staff from phone tag

  • Better communications tools

Improved Patient Safety & Outcomes

  • Reduced risk of post-op complications

  • Better patient compliance

  • Reduced re-admissions

  • Reduced communications errors

  • Lower risk

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  • November 2018 – CMS announces its 2019 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule that reinforces its embrace of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and Telehealth solutions (THS).

  • January 2018 – CMS announces new reimbursement for remote patient monitoring. Effective as of January 1, 2018, the unbundling of CPT code 99091 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) means that eligible practitioners can bill to receive separate reimbursement “for time spent on collection and interpretation of health data that is generated by a patient remotely, digitally stored and transmitted to the provider, at a minimum of 30 minutes.