Below you will find a list of the most recent posts made on the Accuhealth Blog tagged with the term: featured. You may filter the posts using the right-hand sidebar to limit the visible content.
Remote Patient Monitoring is The Next EHR
15 minute read
Healthcare technology is developing faster than ever before. Can we predict which emerging tech will reach the ubiquitous standard of electronic health records? In order to understand what will succeed, we need to understand what already has.
Devices Used For Remote Patient Monitoring Services: What You Need To Know
16 minute read
Remote patient monitoring is an excellent use of technology to better the lives of patients and physicians alike. But we’ve noticed a lot of misunderstandings on the very reason we can all do this—the remote patient monitoring devices.
The Complete Guide to Remote Patient Monitoring | Accuhealth
25 minute read
Remote patient monitoring is a relatively new concept and you’ve got questions. So, we created an all-in-one overview that answers all of your questions about telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring, and how to implement it in your clinic or practice.
Setting up a Remote Patient Monitoring System | Accuhealth
36 minute read
In this mega-guide, we will break down every step of setting up a remote patient monitoring system in your practice and what that will look like for you. Your practice is a multifaceted machine, and many pieces have to align to make the transition into using remote patient monitoring a good one.
Cpt 99453 & 99454 Billing Guidelines: The 16 Day Rule
4 minute read
Introduction By now, it is pretty easy to understand why Remote Patient/Physiological Monitoring (RPM) is here to stay. It’s very difficult to debunk this service as it benefits the patient, the public, and the provider. But as with all successful programs, the laws and regulations evolve with time to ensure compliance and efficacy of the program.
Understanding the New Remote Therapeutic Monitoring CPT Codes
6 minute read
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services released their proposed 2022 Medicare Physician Fees Schedule on July 13th. The release was in accordance with five new CPT Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RTM) codes that deal with non-physiologic patient data, including respiratory system status, musculoskeletal system status, therapy/medication response, therapy/medication adherence, and pain. Although the proposed set of codes is accepted by advocates for virtual care, the proposed MPFS that deals with RTM is likely to bring as many questions as it answers.
How CMS is Expanding Telehealth Coverage with the Proposed Fee Schedule of 2022
4 minute read
Among other items, the proposal extends most COVID-19 freedoms to the end of 2023, along with some coverage for FQHCs and RHCs. Telehealth advocates will be pleased with the CMS proposed fee structure for physicians for 2022.
What Is Remote Patient Monitoring | Benefits & Examples | Accuhealth
7 minute read
What is Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)? In its simplest definition, RPM or Remote Patient Monitoring is the use of technology that allows for healthcare to be provided to patients at a distance. In other words, RPM simply entails using technology to collect, transmit, and analyze patient health data. Whether from home, or another remote setting external to a traditional clinic, RPM makes it possible to manage health without the added barriers created by physical care.
UPDATE: TMHP 2021 Billing Code Changes – Everything You Need to Know
2 minute read
What the recent TMHP 2021 billing code changes really mean, and how to keep providing telemonitoring services for your TMHP-eligible patients. TMHP has clarified that Telemonitoring CPT Code 99091 will only be paid at the Medicare allowed rate ($55) for dual eligible patients that have Medicare as Primary Insurance.
Benefits of Remote Patient Monitoring - A Bright Future for Healthcare
9 minute read
In today's ever-expanding world of patient care, Remote Patient Monitoring & Telehealth provides many with the opportunities to get the health care they need or want. RPM has made it possible to spend more time with patient care, made billing easier, and allowed providers and staff to see and monitor data at an actual time. With continually expanding benefits, RPM has become an integral part of today's healthcare industry.
Remote Patient Monitoring Devices - An Introduction
6 minute read
For all of these reasons, it is worth taking the time to explore Remote patient monitoring (“RPM”) devices and what makes a great RPM device. Whether you are a health care professional who is thinking about incorporating RPM into your practice or are hearing about RPM devices for the first time, understanding what makes a great RPM device can help you accomplish your goals.