A Complete Solution with Clinical Evidence to Improve Quality of Life and Alleviate Pain

The Paindrainer Care Portal enables you to monitor your patients via a user-friendly Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RTM) Dashboard. Ideal for short or long-term remote monitoring of patients with chronic pain conditions.
The Paindrainer App works by calculating an individual activity balance for each user based on their daily activities and pain level. Patients are empowered and logging symptoms only takes a minute.

The Paindrainer Care Portal

A user-friendly RTM dashboard makes it simple to check in on your patients.

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    Empowers healthcare providers to create and track personalized treatment plans.
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    Monitors patients' daily activities, pain trends and adherence to treatment plans.
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    Alerts in real-time of increased pain or decreased activity levels for timely intervention and adjustments for better outcomes.
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    Can easily be integrated to other Electronic Health Record (EHR) platforms.
The App

The Paindrainer app

Paindrainer mobile application is an evidencebased digital tool demonstrating improved quality of life for individuals living with chronic pain. The App is built on clinical practice for chronic pain management.

Paindrainer coaches the users in managing their chronic pain and provides guidance on how to reach a personalized activity balance to reach an optimal functional level and alleviate pain.

The solution is powered by leveraging advanced algorithms and is fully adaptive to each user. It works by calculating an individual activity balance based on each user's daily activities and pain level. Paindrainer provides insights and feedback to each patient to guide them to adjust their daily routines accordingly.

Paindrainer is proven to help you manage your pain

Data for individuals with chronic back and neck pain using Paindrainer for 12 weeks.

Improved physical function*
Decreased pain intensity*
Decreased pain interference*
increased daily capacity to work*

*Barreveld A.M.,et al,. Pain Med. (2023) Apr 27


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Frequently Asked Questions about Remote Therapeutic Monitoring

Here you can find common questions and answers. If you're missing any answers, don't hesitate to contact us. We're here to help you!

How can we begin working with Paindrainer for RTM services?
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What is required to bill the RTM device codes?
To bill device codes for remote monitoring services, healthcare providers must meet the following requirements: 1) Have an established provider-patient relationship: Providers must have an established relationship with the patient and must have seen the patient in person within the past year or have provided a remote evaluation for the patient within the past six months. 2) Obtain patient consent: Providers must obtain the patient's written consent to participate in remote monitoring services and document the consent in the patient's medical record. 3) Provide patient education: Providers must educate the patient on how to use the remote monitoring device and explain the purpose of the device. 4) Monitor patient data: Providers must regularly monitor the patient's data collected from the remote monitoring device and take appropriate actions based on the data. 5) Document services provided: Providers must document the services provided in the patient's medical record, including the device codes billed and any actions taken based on the data collected. Meeting these requirements will ensure that providers can properly bill for device codes related to remote monitoring services.
Who can bill for RTM?
Physicians and eligible qualified healthcare professionals, are permitted to bill RTM as general medicine services. A physician or other qualified healthcare professional is defined in the CPT Codebook as “an individual who is qualified by education, training, licensure/regulation (when applicable) and facility privileging (when applicable) who performs a professional service within his/her scope of practice and independently reports that professional service.” Accordingly, RTM codes could be available for physical therapists (PT), occupational therapists (OT), speech-language pathologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and clinical social workers.
Is RTM intended to be used for non-physiological data?
Yes, RTM is intended to be used for non-physiological data. This includes data related to a patient's therapeutic response, such as medication adherence, symptom management, and therapy response. While Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) focuses on physiological data like heart rate and blood.
How do Remote Therapeutic Monitoring and Remote Patient Monitoring differ?
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RTM) are two different approaches to use technology to remotely monitor patients. RPM collects physiological data like heart rate and blood pressure. RTM collects non-physiologic data related to a patient's therapeutic response, such as medication adherence, symptom management, and therapy response. RTM can be used to monitor and manage a wide range of conditions, such as mental health, musculoskeletal conditions, respiratory diseases, and more.
What is Remote Therapeutic Monitoring?
Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RTM) refers to the use of technology to remotely monitor a patient's health status and treatment progress, typically for individuals with chronic or complex medical conditions. RTM can collect a wide range of non-physiological data related to a patient's therapeutic response, including respiratory system status, musculoskeletal system status, medication adherence, and medication response, without requiring them to come into the office for frequent check-ins.
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