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Remote patient monitoring: What to know now to start it in your practice

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Industry analyst outlines care management programs for physicians.

Remote monitoring holds promise to improve the health of patients and the financial health of physicians’ medical practices.

How does it actually work? Daniel Tashnek, JD, is the author of “2024 Remote patient monitoring guide.” Click on the cover of the guide at right to view it as a PDF file. His primer on care management programs has definitions, explanations about the four most common patient cohorts that could be covered, and dollars-and-cents examples that physicians can use in their research about adding such services to their practices.

“The goal of this column is to clearly outline the bottom-line benefits and return on investment of creating and implementing a comprehensive care management program given the services available and reimbursement rates in 2024,” he writes.

Tashnek is co-founder of Prevounce Health, a health software company that aims to assist health care organizations deliver compliant, reimbursable services that help patients, but without burdening overworked physicians, other clinicians and staff.

Here are links to additional Medical Economics coverage on remote patient monitoring and coding and documentation.

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