Beginning January 1st, 2024, FQHCs, RHCs and CHCs are now able to bill Medicare separately for RPM, BHI along with CCM, thereby promoting greater access to patients and especially those in rural and underserved communities.

Integrate RPM with our CCM services

Chronic Care Staffing provides Remote Physiologic Monitoring, commonly called Remote Patient Monitoring, or RPM, with our clinical care delivery team. Your patients will speak with a seasoned care coordinator, building a trusted relationship, increasing patient engagement and compliance. Our team will use state of the art monitoring software that captures patient data from wherever they use their devices. Our care team monitors patient RPM readings, devices and the overall health of your patient during every encounter.

It's no secret the most successful RPM programs are a result of patient compliance, and we know engagement yields compliance. CCS has a proven record of high patient engagement because our staff is qualified, vetted, empathetic and experienced working with patients with chronic conditions to ensure your patients are getting the best possible communication from your care management team.

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Results clients want to receive from an RPM program

We are your one-stop-shop for RPM and all other Value - Based Programs! We couple RPM with our CCM delivery to maximize effectiveness, patient engagement and compliance.

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What is RPM?

Remote Physiological Monitoring or Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is a digital health solution that captures and records patients’ transmitted health data remotely using an FDA approved device.

Why Offer RPM?

The purpose of RPM is to monitor a patient’s physiological health between visits with the provider in order to capture trends, keep patients aware of their health, ensure the providers’ treatment plans are effective, and to ultimately improve patient outcomes.

How is RPM Actually Monitored?

The patient is provided with a cellular device by their provider that will allow tracking of vital signs and values from wherever the patient happens to be with their device. Common devices include glucometers, BP cuffs, pulse oximeters and weight scales. When a patient uses the device, the reading is automatically transmitted to RPM software. There are no apps to download. There will be no need for a patient to connect a device to WiFi. The battery - powered device is already connected when received. Patients need only to complete 16 days or more readings in a 30 day period, though daily is preferred.

Benefits of RPM

  • Real-Time data captured directly from your patients.
  • Enhanced level of patient engagement by combining with our CCM program
  • Improved patient outcomes
  • Inbound phone calls are dramatically reduced
  • We Integration directly into your EMR workflows
  • Customizable vitals at the patient level
  • Equipment distribution, turnkey device provisioning and distribution
  • Education and engagement
  • Real-time vitals monitoring and escalations based on provider-defined protocols.
  • Reduced staff workload with no additional staff required.
  • Measurable reductions in ER and hospital readmissions.
  • Routinely submitting vitals improves patient compliance
  • Alerts generating swift intervention
  • Monitor at risk patients with ease.
  • Available analytics will show trends
  • Be the first to know when patient treatment plans need to be adjusted.

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Call or email CCS today to schedule a call to discuss our RPM delivery program.

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Remote patient monitoring technology can be used to manage a variety of acute and chronic conditions or symptoms wherever the patient happens to be, including:

High blood pressure and other heart conditions

A remote blood pressure monitoring cuff allows the patient to take their reading anywhere. The results will appear instantaneously in the RPM software dashboard.


Cellular glucose monitors allow you and your patients to track blood sugar levels in real time from any location.

Weight loss or gain

Cellular “smart scales” provide patients with a worry-free way to track their weight progress or stability.

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Simple cellular Pulse Oximetry devices travel everywhere with the patient for easy access.

RPM has the potential to transform clinical outcomes for some of the most common and deadly chronic diseases plaguing Americans. Evidence shows that RPM-based care models can change chronic disease management for the better. The challenge is getting patients engaged.

Call or email CCS today to schedule a call to discuss our RPM delivery program.

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Devices with Conditions

There are many symptoms and conditions that can be tracked through remote patient monitoring, including:

  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Weight loss or gain
  • Heart conditions
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Sleep apnea
  • Asthma


Many of the devices that patients will use may be familiar to them, including:

  • Weight scales
  • Pulse oximeters
  • Blood glucose meters
  • Blood pressure monitors
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