HealthLeaders Media June 10, 2024
Eric Wicklund

A report issued earlier this year by the Bipartisan Policy Center offers a blueprint for expanding remote patient monitoring opportunities and coverage


– Remote patient monitoring (RPM) has grown in popularity since the pandemic, but reimbursement barriers are preventing health systems from expanding existing or launching new programs.

– The Bipartisan Policy Center has offered five recommendations that the federal government should embrace to improve the RPM playing field.

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) has the potential to improve clinical outcomes by giving providers the ability to improve care management outside the hospital or doctor’s office, but its growth is being stymied by low reimbursement.

A report released earlier this year by the Bipartisan Policy Center gives the government...

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