Medsense Health is now a cellular powered platform and WiFi is no longer a requirement for our service to be deployed into a home. This will allow us to expand our offering to new patient demographics who could not previously benefit from our solution while simultaneously offering a simpler setup process for all. With sensors that work out of the box, do not require pairing, and attach to any container type, Medsense Health is the easiest and most flexible way to manage medications.
As of Jan 1st 2022, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is now reimbursing providers for Remote Therapeutic (medication) Monitoring (RTM) after recognizing the mounting evidence that such monitoring improves patient outcomes, enhances care coordination, improves patient and provider satisfaction rates, and reduces the total cost of care. Remote Therapeutic Monitoring includes five new CPT Codes: 98975, 98976, 98977, 98980, 98981. Average reimbursement will range from $1200-$2000 per patient per year. Want to learn more? Request our white paper by contacting us here!
We was recently featured in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma & Texas newsroom. The article takes an inside look at why our platform was developed and how we are providing value to people and patients. Check it out here!
Medsense Health selected to participate In the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois early stage accelerator program!
The Medsense Health hub should be placed into an outlet within 30 meters of the Medsense Health sensors. You might be asking yourself how this range is possible using Bluetooth. We have implemented new data length extension protocols that allow our sensors to send data over a great distance and through multiple different rooms all without having data loss! This means you do not need to worry about changing where you take your medications or plugging in the hub into an outlet that isn't ideal.
New features include: Ask questions about the medication status of someone you are caring for Set a nickname for someone you are caring for such as Dad, Grandma, Room A, and Patient C Receive notifications for taken doses and missed dose as needed Receive medication reminders as needed Original Features Medication Reminders Ask questions about your medication schedule Types of questions you can ask How much of my metformin do I take today? When is my next dose? When is mom’s next dose? How much medication is grandpa suppose to take from the green container? What medications does dad take...