Remote patient monitoring, or RPM, is one of the most rapidly evolving subsets of healthcare services. Over the years, technological advances have made it easier for patients to track valuable data points at home – and now, that data can be securely uploaded directly to a patient’s care team. With an RPM program in place, practices can provide more effective patient care through efficient, forward-thinking service delivery.
However, to receive these touted benefits, these services must be properly charged with the correct RPM CPT Codes. Below, we will define RPM CPT codes, explore some of the most common codes, and explain why they are highly reimbursable.