2021 Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) Billing and Coding Guide
Addressing the most frequently asked questions about the RPM reimbursement landscape.
Since the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) began providing standalone reimbursement for Remote Patient Monitoring in 2018, there have been a remarkable number of changes shaping how providers offer RPM services and how they get reimbursed for it. To help your organization navigate these changes through 2021 and beyond, we've created a free guide addressing the most frequently asked questions about RPM billing and coding.
When you download the guide, you'll learn:
- What the RPM CPT codes are and what the national average Medicare reimbursement rate is for each code
- What's required to bill for RPM
- Who can bill for RPM and who can provide RPM services
- How the Chronic Care Management (CCM) codes compare to (and differ from) the RPM codes
- And More
This information was compiled with the help of the attorneys at Nixon Gwilt Law. Please note that the information outlined here does not constitute legal advice to the reader, nor is it a guarantee of reimbursement for any claims.
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