Tag Archives: Remote Patient Monitoring

Medicare Remote Patient Monitoring: CMS Allows “Incident to” Billing

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CMS just announced a clarification that remote patient monitoring under CPT code 99457 may be furnished by auxiliary personnel, “incident to” the billing practitioner’s professional services.  An “incident to” service is one that is performed under the supervision of a physician (broadly defined), and billed to Medicare in the name of the physician, subject to … Continue reading this entry

Virginia Lawmakers Pass Bill Requiring Insurance Coverage for Remote Patient Monitoring

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Virginia lawmakers have taken new steps to expand the use of remote patient monitoring among the State’s residents, with both the House and Senate unanimously passing bipartisan legislation ensuring that commercial health plans will cover remote patient monitoring services. The bill now heads to the office of Governor Ralph Northam for signature.… Continue reading this entry

Medicare Remote Patient Monitoring Reimbursement FAQs:   Everything You Need to Know About Chronic Care Remote Physiologic Monitoring Codes 

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Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is the next big thing in medical care; patients just don’t know it yet.  And, it seems, neither do many physicians.  On Thursday, CMS published the final rule on its new RPM codes, officially titled “Chronic Care Remote Physiologic Monitoring.”  There are three new RPM codes, all of which will go live starting January 1, 2019.  These codes … Continue reading this entry