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Do Private Insurance Plans Cover Remote Patient Management?

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Private insurance plans certainly do cover remote patient management (RPM), “particularly Medicare Advantage and other at-risk entities in the private insurance space,” says Marcus Grindstaff, Chief Operations Officer for Care Innovations®. The reason is clear: RPM has a direct impact on lowering costs for private insurance plans by improving quality of care. Covering telehealth and RPM programs is in both the financial interest of private insurance plans, as well as the interest of their members “from a quality perspective,” Marcus adds.

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