PYA has released a new white paper that aims to provide a simple, straightforward explanation of remote patient monitoring reimbursement rules, highlighting those issues for which additional Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services guidance is needed.
National management consulting and accounting firm PYA has published a new white paper that provides guidance on providing and billing Medicare for remote patient monitoring (RPM). An array of technology care solutions have become readily available, yet many providers have been slow to launch RPM programs because of the complexity of reimbursement rules. “Providing and Billing Medicare for Remote Patient Monitoring” explains these rules so that providers can feel more confident in developing and deploying RPM programs.
According to the white paper, “While the Medicare billing rules for RPM are challenging, these rules should not be viewed as an absolute barrier to providing this important service. Instead, practitioners should be familiar with, and structure, their service delivery models to meet the requirements.”
PYA assists organizations in building successful ambulatory care management programs, including the provision of RPM services. Our integrated delivery team includes experienced clinicians, certified case managers, regulatory specialists, data analysts, process improvement professionals, and IT specialists.