Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services New RTM Codes Live on PT Genie Platform
Telehealth for PT extended until December 2023
(Orlando, FL) — November 15, 2021– The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that they are extending the physical therapy telehealth service until December 31, 2023, and that they added a family of five new CPT reimbursement codes for remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM). These new codes will now allow for physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists to bill for remote digital therapies.
Due to the flexibility of the industry-leading physical therapy platform, these codes are already integrated and supported live on the PT Genie platform. Like the remote patient monitoring (RPM) codes, these five additions will allow billing for one-time setup and training on the system, remote data collection 16 of 30 days, interaction/data review and telehealth visits with patients.
As the technology leader in PT digital therapy, PT Genie providers dramatically increase additional revenue through virtual billings for remote patient monitoring. By capturing, documenting and bundling RPM codes to simplify billing, providers use patient recovery data for high volume telehealth appointments and quicker in-office sessions — allowing for a profit margin as high as 75%.
PT Genie providers access their patient’s data through an all-inclusive rehab platform that allows them to view compliance, functional improvement and recognize areas that need to be addressed. The analysis of patient data enables providers to compare various protocols for the same conditions so that best practice rehabilitation models can be identified and leveraged for patients and providers.
With PT Genie, patient expenses, recovery times, engagement and overall satisfaction have also dramatically improved.
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