This Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) Toolkit is designed to help many different audiences quickly understand RPM.  The videos provide an overview of roles and responsibilities .The downloadable eight-page document takes you through each of the steps, along with the key considerations necessary to move from program planning to implementation.  If you are an FQHC or RHC, please use RPM for FQHCs and RHCs as a companion document to the downloadable RPM Toolkit as it has been updated to reflect the most recent (2024) policy changes.



The Executive creates the business case for RPM that fits their local organizational goals and makes the organizational decision to proceed and provide authorization and resource deployment.



The Provider understands the Inclusion Criteria for RPM and CCM and how to make a referral. Referrals to RPM and CCM can be organizational policy administrated by other staff.



The Nurse is responsible for overall patient management.



The Technician will set-up equipment needed for a patient, control the inventory and prepare the monitoring devices for re-use.


Successful implementation of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) requires an understanding of CPT billing requirements unique to RPM. Learning how to translate these requirements into an efficient business will save your practice time and money. Visit the vendor-neutral Remote Patient Monitoring Toolkit for advice provided by RPM industry experts.

Interview with Bonnie Britton