The RM-3A Series System is a must in patient screening and monitoring. Scientifically validated and FDA cleared, this medical device performs a range of tests covered and reimbursed by most insurance companies. This system is fast and non-invasive and takes approximately  7 minutes to complete an assessment:

Full Autonomic nervous system evaluation

Helps physician to understand one of the main regulatory mechanisms; includes Valsalva maneuver and orthostatic test. Autonomic nervous system dysfunction has been found an early sign of cardiovascular disease and diabetes and plays a role in other diseases.

Arterial stiffness assessment

Helps to understand Endothelial function and early signs of cardiovascular diseases

Sudomotor function assessment

Quick, easy to use, sweat response stimulation assists physician in the understanding of microcirculation disorders and early sign of neuropathy.

Blood pressure and hemodynamic indicators are also provided

Interpretation is made easy using statistical software, charts and graph. Patient compliance is enhanced with visual modeling of the risk factors detected.

Following the clinical investigation in Miami University, the system has proven to be “useful to help detect metabolic syndrome and its complication such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease and non invasively and rapidly manage treatment follow up.”

CPT Codes RM-3A Series System

Suggested CPT Codes and Associated ICD-9 and 10 Codes Early detection allows the doctor to more effectively manage their patients’ treatment plans, thereby decreasing the risk of disease complications.

What are CPT and ICD-9 Codes?

CPT Codes

Current Procedural Terminology Codes, or CPT Codes, describes medical, surgical, and diagnostic services and is designed to communicate uniform information about medical services and procedures among physicians, coders, patients, accreditation organizations, and payers for administrative, financial, and analytical purposes.

ICD-9 Codes

ICD-9 (International Classification of Diseases, 9th edition) is a set of codes used by physicians, hospitals, and allied health workers to indicate diagnosis for all patient encounters. The ICD-9 is the HIPAA transaction code set for diagnosis coding.

Below are the suggested codes from the Medicare National website. For more detailed information and requirements, please refer to their website.

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