Significant revenue opportunities
for healthcare providers.
Prevvy allows you to offer different virtual care services reimbursed by health insurance.
Remote Patient Monitoring
Remote Patient Monitoring refers to the monitoring and management of patients with chronic conditions using remote medical devices such as blood pressure cuffs, glucose meters, and weight scales.
With these devices, physiological patient data is collected daily and provided to healthcare providers to see patients’ health trends.
Medicare and many private insurances allow for CPT billing codes 99453, 99454, 99457, and 99458 to be billed for the Remote Patient Monitoring service.
Remote Therapeutic Monitoring
Remote Therapeutic Monitoring refers to the remote monitoring and management of non-physiological patient data such as the status of a patient’s musculoskeletal or respiratory system. It also includes the adherence and response to medication and therapy.
Chronic Care Management
CCM refers to the chronic care services provided to Medicare beneficiaries with more than one chronic condition. Services include not only in person, face-to-face visits but also communication and the coordination of care related to the chronic conditions that a patient faces.
Chronic care management includes a comprehensive care plan that lists your health problems and goals, other providers, medications, community services you have and need, and other information about your health. It also explains the care you need and how your care will be coordinated.
Behavioral Health Integration
BHI/CoCM services refers to Care management support for patients receiving behavioral health treatment and regular psychiatric inter-specialty consultation. A team of 3 individuals deliver CoCM: the Behavioral Health Care Manager, the Psychiatric Consultant and the Treating (Billing) Practitioner.
Medicare and many private insurances allow for CPT billing codes 99492, 99493, 99494 and 99484 to be billed for the Behavioral Health Integration service.
E-visits & tele-health
Asynchronous telehealth exit disclaimer icon — often called “store and forward” — lets providers and patients share information directly with each other before or after telehealth appointments.
This includes providers sending their patients lab results, X-rays, or other imaging reports, patients sending their providers pictures or video of symptoms and answering patient questions or giving medical advice via secure messaging.
For these E-Visits, the patient must generate the initial inquiry and communications can occur over a 7-day period. The services may be billed using CPT codes 99421-99423 and HCPCS codes G2061-G2063, as applicable. The patient must verbally consent to receive virtual check-in services