You can get paid even more for the Remote Patient Monitoring services you provide – basically reimbursing you closer to what you deserve (including reimbursement for your non-provider time). But there is a catch…
…you must know how to correctly apply Remote Patient Monitoring codes 99453, 99454, 99457 and 99091 and their recent updates implemented this year.
On your own, this is no small feat. The reporting requirements are still numerous. But, with a little guidance, you can master the requirements quickly and easily.
You can finally get paid more of what you deserve for the Remote Patient Monitoring services your physician and medical assistants provide by attending this upcoming, 60-minute online training session presented by national coding expert and educator, Penny Osmon Bahr, CHC, CPC, CPCI.
Here are just some of the Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) coding tactics you’ll receive during this Thursday, August 29th (1pm ET) online training session:
- Identify RPM reimbursable patients more easily and earn $122 per month per patient
- Calculate “hidden” times you can include toward 99457 minute requirements
- Identify all care providers who qualify to bill RPM with 99457 and 99091 – the answer might surprise you
- Sidestep sabotaging RPM reimbursement with the four services you cannot bill at the same time
- Pin down technology qualifications for RPM reimbursement – you might be shocked
- Master supervision rules to ensure you get paid more of what you are due
- Determine how to get compensated for device initial set up and patient education with 99453
- Avoid reductions in your MACRA score with simple RPM documentation tips
- Incorporate a compliant consent document that protects your practice and reimbursement
- Bullet-proof your RPM documentation to avoid denials and potential audits
- And so much more…
The Significance of Remote Patient Monitoring
IMPORTANT: The additional revenue you’ll receive by accurately reporting Remote Patient Monitoring services with 99453, 99454, 99457 and 99091 can be significant. Your reimbursement can be as much as $122 per patient per month (depending on the complexity of each patient’s needs).
For example, if you have 50 patients who qualify, at the rate of $122 per patient per month, your additional annual reimbursement is $73,200. Can you really afford NOT to utilize these codes?
Regardless of your specialty, if you provide Remote Patient Monitoring services, you deserve to receive the additional reimbursement these codes afford.
Don’t wait any longer.
If you provide Remote Patient Monitoring services and are not utilizing Remote Patient Monitoring codes (99453, 99454, 99457, 99091), you’re leaving tens of thousands of reimbursement dollars on the table just waiting to be collected.
In only 60 minutes, you can get everything you need to ensure you receive the additional reimbursement you’re rightfully entitled to for caring for these chronically ill patients. Sign up today.
P.S. The number of registrants accepted into to this live online training session is limited to ensure that you’ll have the opportunity to get all of your questions answered by the expert presenter. Access is first come first serve. Don’t delay, register now.
P.P.S. Get expert advice regarding important Remote Patient Monitoring changes in the 2020 CMS proposed Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule.
Penny will walk you through the 2020 changes in this proposal that will most likely go into effect and have the biggest impact on your practice.
Penny is an executive level health care transformation consultant that works to, develop business strategy, navigate regulatory impact and execute improvement across the healthcare ecosystem. She brings over 20 years of industry experience and has worked across the continuum. Her goal is to partner with clients to successfully navigate the rapidly evolving health care payment and regulatory landscape.
Penny is professionally respected for her broad industry knowledge, leadership and her approach to sharing complex information. Throughout her career she has frequently assisted clients in development of new strategies and services, taking a goal oriented approach and always considers the culture of the organization. Penny is a frequent presenter on a myriad of topics across the county. She has also served on statewide and national boards and is frequently published.