In the 4+ years since CMS began providing standalone reimbursement for remote patient monitoring (RPM), RPM has grown from an experimental remote care technology to a critical care offering for thousands of healthcare providers throughout the U.S., helping practitioners to expand their practices and their ability to drive outcome-positive changes for patients managing everything from chronic conditions to acute illnesses.
Still, despite its popularity, many more healthcare providers across the care continuum have a lot of questions about the basics of RPM and the impact it might have on their patients and their staff.
Join us on Wednesday, May 18th as we address these questions head on through a pragmatic and practical overview of the essentials of remote patient monitoring. During this 50-minute presentation (including live Q&A), experts from Optimize Health will cover:
- What remote patient monitoring is and how it works
- The clinical and financial benefits of RPM
- Best practices for launching an RPM program
- How to choose an RPM provider
Whether you're looking for ways to improve your existing RPM program or evaluating one for the first time, this presentation will give you a solid foundation of knowledge about RPM and how it can benefit your practice. Space in this free webinar will run out, so be sure to save your seat today.
Note: All registrants will receive the recording and presentation materials from the session, but you MUST register in order to receive them.
The Live Presentation Has Concluded
Please return to this page in early June to get access to the recording from our 5/18 presentation.
This free webinar is an ideal resource for:
- Practice owners, executives, administrators, and other healthcare decision-makers
- Physicians and clinical staff interested in or currently offering some form of remote patient monitoring
- Non-clinical staff involved in remote care decision-making
- Practice or office managers
- Healthcare staff involved in patient intake and scheduling
The takeaways from this session can be applied in the following clinical settings:
- Outpatient / ambulatory physician practices
- ACOs and other group practices
- Hospital outpatient departments
- FQHCs and other safety net providers