Remote Patient Monitoring (“RPM”) uses digital technologies to gather physiologic data from patients at home and transmit that information to SuCasa Health clinical care teams for analysis, intervention and submission to your provider. Remote monitoring devices collect various forms of health data, including vital signs, blood pressure, heart rate, and electrocardiograms, among others. Providers can use this data to monitor patients’ health conditions, provide recommendations, and/or make changes to a patient’s care plan.
Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (“RTM”) is a new category of services that utilizes remote monitoring for a limited number of non-physiologic devices and self-reported data.
Care Management consists of establishing, implementing, revising, and monitoring a care plan for patients with transitional or ongoing health concerns. The services we provide are all reimbursable by Medicare and include:
Principal Care Management (PCM): For a patient with a single chronic condition
Chronic Care Management (CCM): For a patient with multiple chronic conditions
Complex Chronic Care Management (CCCM): For a patient with multiple chronic conditions and high complexity
Transitional Care Management (TCM): For a patient transitioning from one care setting to another, or to home
All typically focus on advanced primary care aspects such as a continuous relationship between the patient and a designated care team member, providing support for chronic diseases, 24/7 access to care, preventive care, and timely sharing of health information, all of which are often performed outside the face-to-face context.
It is for this reason that Remote Patient Monitoring services often go hand-in-hand with PCM and CCM services. These often require a significant amount of attention and RPM can help practitioners keep track of their PCM and CCM patients’ conditions on an ongoing basis without requiring the patient to travel to the physician’s office