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Remote Patient Monitoring Utah

Remote Patient Monitoring in Utah for outpatient long-term cardiac monitoring is allowed with prior authorization.

Criteria include:


• Must be ordered by a neurologist
• Member must have had a stroke or TIA with no identifiable cause
• Member should have already had 24-hour monitoring done previously
• Member should not be currently taking anti-coagulated or Warfarin for any other reason
• Member should not have a known contraindication for Warfarin
• Outpatient long-term cardiac monitoring may only be authorized for the 30-day test

• Data from the test must be reviewed and interpreted by a cardiologist


Source: Utah Medicaid Provider Manual: Manual, p. 24 (Jul. 2019). (Accessed Sept. 2019). 


Conditions


Only for patients with a long-term cardiac health issue.


Source: Utah Medicaid Provider Manual: Manual, p. 24 (Jul. 2019). (Accessed Sept. 2019). 


Provider Limitations


Test must be ordered by a neurologist and reviewed and interpreted by a cardiologist.


Source: Utah Medicaid Provider Manual: Manual, p. 24 (Jul. 2019). (Accessed Sept. 2019).