Towards the end of each year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) releases its final Physician Fee Schedule, updating reimbursement policies and rates for the coming year. Ever since codes for Remote Patient Monitoring were first introduced in 2018, CMS has iterated on them, adding new codes, clarifying rules, and adjusting rates.
The infographic below shares the descriptions of each RPM code, as well as the national payment amount averages for 2024. Note that averages differ by geography, and local amounts can be found here.
Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Disease Management
Rimidi’s Clinical Management Platform combines patient-generated health data from connected devices or patient reported outcomes measures with clinical data from the EHR to drive patient-specific clinical insights and actions through embedded clinical decision support cards.
Today, Rimidi works with a variety of providers across the US – from large academic medical centers to smaller physician clinics or Federally Qualified Healthcare Centers. Whether you are seeking to capture billable Remote Patient Monitoring activity, or want a better way to manage chronic diseases—including RPM and gaps in care management, Rimidi can meet your needs.
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