What You Need to Know: Final 2021 CMS RPM Guidelines

by | January, 7th, 2021

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On December 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a Final Rule which went into effect January 1, 2021. The Rule published in the Federal Register on 12/28/20, includes changes to the 2021 Physicians Fee Schedule (PFS), various payment policy updates and finalized provisions of the interim final rules which were issued in 2020 and related to the Public Health Emergency (PHE) and COVID-19.

This 2021 CMS Ruling contains critical updates to codes, especially for Remote Patient Monitoring which we have formatted into a short pdf just for you.

We read every page and brought the key elements down to five pages. If you’re concerned about how the CMS ruling will impact RPM in your practice, click here to read on… we’ve done the hard work for you.

Final 2021 CMS RPM Guidelines

General Guidelines

During the pandemic, a physician may order RPM for both new and established patients. Post-pandemic, RPM may only be ordered for established patients, requiring a prior visit with the billing provider either in person or via telehealth.

Patients must consent to receive RPM services, but consent may be obtained at the time that RPM services are first furnished rather than ahead of time.

RPM may be ordered for patients with either chronic OR acute conditions. RPM codes….read full overview

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