NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 12/01/2021
More and more consumers say they plan on continuing to use telehealth services, and more than half of providers view it more favorably now than before. Entrepreneurs and providers offering remote monitoring technologies and services should understand new billing opportunities under Medicare. There are five new RTM, Remote Therapeutic Monitoring/Treatment Management codes, all of which go live starting January 1, 2022. Although identified as eligible qualified healthcare professionals, nurses benefit from understanding and use of these codes. Remote monitoring will continue its growth as an area of significant upside potential over the coming years.
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We are back to in-person events and excited to be with you again this July 21-23, 2022 in Las Vegas Nevada! Stay tuned for future announcements on the NNBA 2022 Conference and remember registration opens in February.