RPM101: What Is Remote Patient Monitoring?

In today’s world, the newfound ability to carry out daily tasks in a remote setting is changing the way we live. In addition to Zoom calls and teletherapy, remote patient monitoring (RPM) devices are an aspect of the digital world that allow physicians to monitor their patients without requiring constant in-person visits. RPM is changing Read More

2023 RPM Reimbursement Rates

As we discussed in our previous post about CPT codes, current procedural terminology (CPT) codes are a set of codes used to categorize medical services and procedures, and are frequently used for billing purposes. CPT codes have been in effect since 2018, and the American Medical Association (AMA) recently made some changes to them in Read More

Top 6 Benefits of Remote Patient Monitoring

In our previous post about remote patient monitoring (RPM), we discussed what RPM is, who it’s for, and how it works. In this post, we’ll delve a bit more into how RPM can benefit both patients and providers. According to Business Insider, 23.4 million U.S. patients used RPM in the year 2020. That statistic is Read More

A Guide to CPT Codes in Remote Patient Monitoring

CPT 99091. CPT 99457. CPT 99453. You may have heard these codes before, or maybe they just look like a jumble of letters and numbers. Either way, this guide was put together to help you understand remote patient monitoring (RPM) CPT codes and their uses. Current procedural terminology codes, or CPT codes, are a set Read More

5 FAQs for Remote Patient Monitoring Reimbursement

Innovative remote patient monitoring devices are on the rise and with each passing day more and more physicians are taking advantage of the countless benefits of RPM by bringing them into their practice. However, while RPM can be a successful, worthwhile investment for your practice, it’s important to understand how the reimbursement practice works. In Read More