Get Started with 100Plus Remote Patient Monitoring Device in Your Practice Today
How it Works
As a Practitioner, you can recommend 100Plus's Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) Device to eligible Medicare patients at no cost to them. Patients receive an easy-to-use, preconfigured 100Plus wristwatch, and you receive the data on their activity. As of 2019, Medicare reimburses you for recommending and reviewing Remote Patient Monitoring Devices for your patients. Now you can better monitor and engage with your patients, and get paid for that care.
A typical PCP can receive $550k in additional yearly profit from remote monitoring for their average 800 Medicare patients
Practitioners receive approx. $60 each month1, or $700 annually for each patient for reviewing a patient's data. It takes 20 minutes and can be done by any qualified clinician in your practice. You also receive a one-time reimbursement for RPM setup and patient education.
100Plus is a wristwatch wearable that monitors patients' heart and activity and can detect if they fall. It has an Emergency Button that assists patients in getting help from their emergency contacts, 100Plus's 24/7 dispatch, and 911 if needed.
The device is free for eligible Medicare patients.2 Designed specifically for seniors, it's easy to use - and arrives fully configured with cellular connectivity with no setup required. All the patient needs to do is take it out of the box, adjust it to their wrist size, and start wearing it!
1Medicare reimbursement varies based on your location.
2Users must be an active Medicare patient with a secondary insurance, such as Medigap Parts A, B, C, D, F, G, M, N or another supplementary insurance, that covers their co-pay.