ATC Alert offers the easiest-to-deploy RPM solution in the USA.
Our RPM solution was developed based upon our feedback and insights from thousands of customers. By proactively monitoring patients with chronic conditions from their own homes, doctors are able to provide patients with enhanced care, while significantly lowering the risks of a health incident going unnoticed until it balloons into a potentially life-threatening and expensive episode of care.
ATC Alert provides the platform, all necessary equipment, and unbeatable customer/patient support all for a single PPPM (per patient, per month) price. Furthermore, our in-house care specialists help patients get up and running as soon as they receive their equipment, and are available daily by phone, text, or live chat to assist customers with any issues.
Personalized Care Plans
One solution for your entire patient population
Push Button Bulk Billing
Monthly Practice Report
Truly Turn Key
There are lots of RPM/CCM software solutions out there, but there’s a lot more successfully deploying an RPM program to your patients. This includes investment in equipment, patient technical support and management, and handling logistics.
ATC makes all of this simple so physicians can focus on caring for their patients.
Physicians signs up a patient who received their ATC welcome package and equipment
ATC customer support helps patients take their first successful reading
ATC’s clinical staff monitors the patient over the course of the month
At the end of each month, ATC provides each physician’s office with a billing file to easily submit to CMS
Reimbursement You Receive
- CPT 99457: $61.10
- CPT 99458: $49.70
Reimbursement ATC Alert Receives
- CPT 99453 (Patient setup/training)
- CPT 99454 ((Equipment and technology fee)
- Additional fee for monthly monitoring of patients
Revenue Potential For Your Practice
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Review, interpretation and basic communication of RPM data
Additional monitoring and communication with patient