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CMS's Proposal for New Remote Therapeutic Monitoring Codes Under the 2022 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule [PODCAST]

In the recent Medicare Physician Fee Schedule proposed rule for CY 2022, CMS has proposed adding a new category of reimbursable digital health services with new CPT codes classified as remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM). In this episode, Leah D’Aurora Richardson and Sarah Staples explain what RTM is, how it is different from remote physiologic monitoring (RPM), and the uncertainty regarding which practitioners will be able to furnish and bill for RTM services.

 

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Leah D'Aurora Richardson Health Care Attorney K&L Gates Research Triangle Park, NC
Partner

Leah D’Aurora Richardson is a partner in the firm’s Research Triangle Park office. Ms. D’Aurora Richardson advises academic medical centers, health systems, hospitals, hospices, and ancillary service providers, such as pharmacies, and durable medical equipment suppliers and clinical laboratories, on all areas of transactional and regulatory health law, including:

  • Responding to governmental investigations related to healthcare regulatory matters, including Anti-Kickback Statute and Stark Law compliance, and complex billing matters.
  • Compliance with...
919.466.1126
Sarah D. E. Staples Healthcare Attorney K&L Gates Nashville
Associate

Sarah Staples is an associate in the firm’s Nashville office and is a member of the Health Care and FDA practice group.

615-780-6756
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