This presentation will review all of the current CPT codes currently being used for remote patient monitoring. It is an unprecedented time in our healthcare industry in which providers are being incentivized to leverage these types of programs. Due to the uncertainty of our future healthcare system, it is imperative for providers to look for programs that are innovative and promote uninterrupted patient care through the use of RPM technology. We look forward to sharing our turn-key solutions that can easily be implemented and aggressively ramp to fit any patient population.
Robert Jarrin, Strategic Advisor
Robert Jarrin is a strategic advisor to companies and associations on digital medicine and life sciences.
Jarrin’s areas of expertise include Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulation of digital health, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) coverage and payment of digital medical services, Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) regulation of health IT, and healthcare legislative developments.
Jarrin serves on the adjunct faculties for the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (Department of Emergency Medicine), and the Georgetown University School of Medicine (Department of Biochemistry and Molecular and Cellular Biology).
Jarrin holds a B.A. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland at College Park, and a J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law.Message Presenter
Lesley J. Mathis, RN, MSSW, MSN, ACNP-BC, Clinical Manager
Lesley is a clinical manager and has emerged as a clinical expert in remote patient monitoring including usage of CPT codes, specializing in solutions and protocol development of various patient populations.
Prior to entering the healthcare technology industry, Lesley worked as a bedside nurse in CCU/CVICU and then became the Nurse Practitioner for the Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Several years later, Lesley went to work for Care Innovations where she plays a key role in developing strategies for large payers, providers, and pharma. She is devoted to helping her customers drive critical adoption of RPM, development of unique protocols, and working on population health with the business intelligence (BI) platform at Care Innovations.
Lesley is very passionate about the importance of healthcare technology and is truly an ambassador for the RPM community. Lesley earned her MSSW from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and her Master’s in Nursing from Vanderbilt University. She is a board-certified acute care nurse practitioner and lives in Nashville, TennesseeMessage Presenter
Who Should Attend?
- Providers (MD, NP, PA)
- Medical Directors
- Director of Nursing
- Director of Case Management
- Chief Medical Officers
- Program Directors
- Director of Medical Services/Programs
- Directors of Physician Management Groups
What You Will Learn
In this webinar, participants will learn about:
- The meaning of Remote Physiological Monitoring
- The benefits of incorporations RPM model into practice for patients
- Incentives for providers to provide this service
- Criteria of 4 RPM specific CPT codes
- How to implement a successful RPM program
- Key criteria that needs to be met in order to meet all of CMS’ requirements
- CMS-approved staffing for an RPM program that is wishing to use CPT codes
PRA Health Sciences
Care Innovations LLC, is a trusted advisor in the rapidly evolving industry of Telehealth and Remote Physiological Monitoring. As pioneers in collecting, aggregating, and analyzing data, we provide informed and actionable insights to providers and payers and connect the care continuum the home,
Care Innovations LLC is a fully owned subsidiary of PRA Health Sciences. PRA Health sciences is a global clinical research organization with over 16,000 employees in over 80 countries. PRA is an industry leader in drug development, patient engagement and virtual clinical trials.