Healthcare Trends 2021:

RPM Made Simple For Physicians

Thursday, August 19th, 2021 | EST 1:00 PM

View this webinar to learn the ins and outs of Remote Patient Monitoring billing and how optimizing Remote Patient Monitoring can be of major benefit, both financially and for patient care.

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What is

Remote Patient Monitoring?

Remote Patient Monitoring RPM (also known as remote health monitoring) is one of the latest reimbursable population healthcare services by CMS, that delivers healthcare via technology that assists physicians in monitoring patients’ health outcomes regardless of their physical location or condition. This technology collects, analyzes, and transmits patients’ health data securely to providers promptly.

Why Do You Need To

View This Webinar?

TrueBlue MD is arranging this medical webinar for doctors; to let you know more about Remote Patient Monitoring, how it can benefit you and affect your practice’s revenue positively and how it impacts your patients’ health outcomes. In this medical webinar, you will know more about TrueBlue MD’s Remote Patient Monitoring System, how easy and efficient it is.


Common Questions about RPM

Before considering Remote Patient Monitoring, here are the most common questions physicians ask:

Yes! RPM is the best way to track patients’ health continuously. From blood pressure to blood glucose, patients have seen incredible results while measuring their biometrics from the comfort and safety of their homes.

TrueBlue MD develops a detailed strategy that tackles the issues that our RPM program is meant to resolve, and highlights a sustainable growth path that guarantees driving financial values for both parties.

Yes, of course! Long-term treatment for chronic conditions requires extreme resources, both financial and physical. Fortunately, studies have demonstrated that Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) programs help manage chronic conditions with regular, ongoing measurement of physiologic data, feedback, and communication.

Yes! RPM improves patient behavior by creating a system where people are more engaged with and accountable for their health. Effective RPM programs offer patients comfortable and familiar technology that communicates with them leading to a healthier patient population.

Key Webinar


By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:​

Who Needs To

View This Webinar?

Physicians, Independent Physician Associations (IPAs) and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are strongly encouraged to join this webinar to learn the ins and outs of Remote Patient Monitoring billing and how optimizing Remote Patient Monitoring can be of major benefit, both financially and for patient care.

Why Partner With


Earn new recurring revenue and create a new profit center through Medicare’s RPM CPT codes while improving patients’ clinical outcome.


Help your patients stay on track through patient-centered care plans and preventative care services to reinforce compliant behaviors and medication management.


Stay in compliance with CMS’ requirements and guidelines and meet MACRA’s quality measures (MIPS & APM)



Ensure better patient experience and expand patient engagement and satisfaction.


Our Speakers

Dawn Lefever

Client Success Manager

Dawn is TrueBlue MD’s Client Relationship Manager, with over 19 years of progressively responsible health care management experience, in-depth knowledge of HIPAA compliance and regulations governing claims submission. Dawn has an extensive background in Revenue Cycle Management. She is a hands-on expert in assessing and managing the essential functions to improve the organization’s revenue cycle, efficiency, reduce days in accounts receivable and improve cash flow. Moreover, she has a deep understanding of end-user processes, process improvements, regulatory compliance, payer contract performance analysis, client management, workflow structures, and staff development.

Lisa Blue


Lisa Blue is a healthcare consultant who specializes in population health and practice transformation. She has been an RN for over 20 years, working both in direct patient care as well as holding leadership roles. Lisa has worked as a population health leader at a Phoenix based FQHC and was responsible for the creation and development of their Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) program, which encompasses designing and building solutions to identify and address social determinants of health.

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