Providers

Spire Remote Patient Monitoring helps your doctor and care team see changes in your health and reach out before things get too serious.

Reimbursed by Medicare

Up to $1500/patient/year in reimbursement using Remote Patient Monitoring Codes

CPT Code
Description
Frequency
99453
Patient Set-Up and Education
One-time
99454
Device(s) Supply
Monthly
99457
RPM Treatment Mgmt Services
(first 20 mins)
Monthly
99458
RPM Treatment Mgmt Service
(additional 20 mins)
Monthly

What our partners have to say

"Spire Remote Patient Monitoring is our second set of eyes as we strive to provide the highest quality care to patients that extends beyond office visits. Spire has helped us identify and diagnose many patient issues, such as infections and cardiac issues, before the patient knew there was something wrong.  This has led to earlier intervention and better patient outcomes."

Gary Weinstein, MD, Southwest Pulmonary Associates

“I am pleased to offer Spire Remote Patient Monitoring to my patients. This service allows my practice to track their physiology in an effort to identify clinical deterioration early. Patients are sometimes contacted before they even recognize a problem.  We have also found this service to enhance patient engagement in their own health. They are excited to see their activity level and progress.”

Michael Polsky, MD, Pulmonary Associates of Richmond

“Deploying Spire Remote Patient Monitoring at PCSI has been extremely easy - we were able to start enrolling and monitoring our patients almost immediately. Our entire team from Medical Assistants to Physicians have stressed how simple it is to identify at risk patients and log interactions, making everything from clinical care to billing seamless. We’d highly recommend Spire RPM.”

Jay S. Maizes, M.D., F.C.C.P., Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Disorders Institute of South Florida

Publications

Ambulatory monitoring of respiratory effort using a clothing-adhered biosensor

M. Holt, B. Yule, D. Jackson, M. Zhu and N. Moraveji, "Ambulatory monitoring of respiratory effort using a clothing-adhered biosensor," 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA), Rome, 2018, pp. 1-6.

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Long-term, Ambulatory Respiratory Monitoring of COPD Patients using Garment-Adhered Sensors

N. Moraveji, P. Golz, J. Hollenbach, M. Holt and R. Murray, "Long-term, Ambulatory Respiratory Monitoring of COPD Patients using Garment-Adhered Sensors," 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA), Istanbul, Turkey, 2019, pp. 1-6.

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Use of a clothing adherent respiratory sensor to continuously monitor COPD patients at home

Neema Moraveji, Richard Murray, Mark Holt, Joanne Hollenbach, Phil Golz, Maureen Crocker, Hadley White, Mark Phillips European Respiratory Journal 2019 54: PA5219.

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Pre-Hospitalization Notification Using Novelty Detection in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Murray, R. K., Holt, M., Golz, P., & Moraveji, N. (2020). Pre-Hospitalization Notification Using Novelty Detection in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. In C40. PREDICTING OUTCOMES AND NEW THERAPIES IN CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASE (pp. A5062-A5062). American Thoracic Society.

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Integrating wearables in stress management interventions: Promising evidence from a randomized trial.

Smith, E. N., Santoro, E., Moraveji, N., Susi, M., & Crum, A. J. (2020). Integrating wearables in stress management interventions: Promising evidence from a randomized trial. International Journal of Stress Management, 27(2), 172–182.

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Clinical Studies and Validation

Validation of Health Tag Step Counting to Fitbit

Comparing Health Tag step-counting accuracy to reference pedometers Fitbit and Omron.

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Health Tag Activity Tracking Validation

Study comparing Health Tag activity tracking (steps) to ground truth

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Health Tag Pulse Rate Validation

Study comparing Health Tag pulse rate to a photoplethysmography (PPG) reference device

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Health Tag Respiratory Rate Validation

Study comparing Health Tag respiratory rate to an FDA-cleared end-tidal carbon dioxide monitor (etCO2) reference device

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