Webinar invitation: Who's paying? Remote patient monitoring business models

By Brian Dolan
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Brian Dolan - MobiHealthNews Editor-in-ChiefThanks to a mix of new payment models and the rise of consumer-driven healthcare, remote patient monitoring and remote care services are increasingly available and increasingly popular.

This year brought with it a number of important developments in digital health reimbursement that will accelerate the trend. In addition to the now, well-known new Medicare billing code for chronic condition management, the government has also clarified the roadmap for future tech-enabled, next-generation ACOs. At the same time private payors -- both health plans and self-insured employers -- are backing remote care services of various stripes. Against that backdrop a number of telehealth companies are gaining traction -- even going public -- with mostly direct-to-consumer models too.

Whether you are creating or buying remote patient monitoring devices and services, you need to know the changes effecting costs.

In our next MobiHealthNews webinar (September 24 at 2PM ET) we will examine various business models and payment strategies that remote patient monitoring companies and their provider customers are pursuing today. Lastly, we will review the costs for building, deploying and maintaining remote patient monitoring devices.

Join us for this MobiHealthNews webinar and bring your questions for the always lively Q&A period. Register for this must-attend event today!