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Understanding remote therapeutic monitoring codes.

It’s a new term for a habit many physical therapists have considered essential to the profession for years.

Remote therapeutic monitoring, or RTM, codes were introduced via the CMS 2022 Final Rule and bring long awaited reimbursement for monitoring and managing patients when they’re not in the clinic. For physical therapists, their introduction is a sign that Medicare is getting serious about digital health. They’ve recognized the impact that other similar codes have had on patients who’ve needed remote care during the pandemic, and now they see RTM—and physical therapists— as a way to extend that success even further.

Download this quick guide to learn the basics of the new RTM codes, the devices that qualify for Medicare reimbursement, example scenarios, and more.

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What's in the guide?

Engage Patients
An overview of remote therapeutic monitoring.
Announced in the 2022 CMS Final Rule, physical therapists are now eligible to bill for remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM) codes. Get an overview of what this means. how the codes differ from RPM, and more.
A close look at what RTM codes mean for physical therapists.
Better patient engagement, better reimbursement and more incentive for you to provide high-quality care. Need we say more?
The devices that qualify.
For Medicare to reimburse for RTM, data must be collected using technologies that meet the FDA’s definition of a medical device. What does this mean? Learn about it in the guide.
How technology can support RTM.
With remote therapeutic monitoring, technology plays more a supporting role in data transmission. Learn what this means and the tech needed to support this new revenue stream.
Plus, get a code cheat sheet and example scenario.
Get a RTM code cheat sheet plus an example RTM scenario so you can understand how this could play out in your practice.