2021 Trends in Remote Patient Monitoring: What Providers Need to Know
While 2020 saw the rapid expansion of RPM as providers looked for effective means of delivering virtual patient care through the height of the pandemic, 2021 has demonstrated that even as COVID-restrictions ease, Remote Patient Monitoring is here to stay.
But as the technology and regulatory landscape continue to evolve to better meet the needs of patient and practitioner alike, many healthcare providers still have a lot of questions about how to implement an RPM program suited to their needs.
In this one-hour recorded presentation, RPM experts Kaitlyn O'Connor, Esq., Jerry Barsz, and Liz Lee cover the most significant trends shaping the remote care landscape in 2021, including:
- A brief introduction to / review of RPM (including CPT codes)
- The rule changes brought about by the 2021 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule
- Strategies to drive effective patient onboarding, engagement, and adherence
- The long-term impact of COVID on patient care expectations
- What's driving more specialties and settings to adopt RPM
- And more
View the Recorded Presentation
Meet the Presenters
Kaitlyn O'Connor, Esq.
NIXON GWILT LAW
Kaitlyn is a national expert on telehealth and remote patient monitoring reimbursement at Nixon Gwilt Law, a healthcare-focused legal firm that represents healthcare providers and technology companies.
VICE PRESIDENT OF DIRECT SALES,
As one of the RPM industry's first sales leaders, Jerry has worked with hundreds of providers across the care continuum to design and implement RPM programs suited to meet the needs of their patient population.
SENIOR RPM SOLUTIONS CONSULTANT,
In her role as Senior RPM Solutions Consultant, Liz helps healthcare leaders to understand how Remote Patient Monitoring integrates into their existing clinical and administrative workflows to ensure optimal success.