RM-3A Analysis System

Have Healthcare Changes Impacted Your Practice?

How much has it reduced your reimbursements? 25%? 50%? You are not alone!

  • 1 out of 4 Primary Care Physicians are reporting poor financial health
  • Half had trouble covering costs from falling reimbursements and the rising cost of practice

  • The RM-3A medical device is a powerful analysis tool in managing your patients’ health. Scientifically validated and FDA cleared, this medical device performs a range of tests covered and reimbursed by most insurance companies.This system is fast, non-invasive and takes less than 5 minutes to complete an assessment.

    The one-page Physician Dashboard provides a comprehensive overview of a patient’s health at-a-glance. The analysis system provides patient insights covering 8 key risk factors that are described in the pages that follow. Depending on the risk score for each factor, you will be able to determine the best course of action to resolve the patient’s condition as well as motivate your patient to immediate action.

    The RM-3A Measures 8 Risk Factors

    Allowable Medicare CPT Codes With Qualifications

    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-10 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 analysis purposes.

    CPT Codes

    Testing of Autonomic Nervous System Function; Cardiovascular Innervation (Parasympathetic Function), including 2 or more of the following: heart rate response to deep breathing with recorded R-R interval, valsalva ration, and 30:15 ratio.


    Includes measurement of beat-to-beat BP and R-R interval changes during Valsalva maneuver and at least 5 minutes of passive tilt. This testing involves continuos HR recording and requires photoplethysmographic best-to beat BP recording. Analysis of HR and BP responses reflects the integrity of vasomotor andrenergic innervation.


    Testing of Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) function; sudomotor, including 1 or more of the following: Quantitative Sudomotor Axon Reflex Test (QSART), silastic sweat imprint, thermoregulatory sweat test, and changes in sympathetic skin potential.


    Testing of ANS function; combined parasympathetic and sympathetic adrenergic function testing with at least 5 minutes of passive tilt (this code can be used to report both 95921 and 95922).


    Simultaneous, independent, quantitative measures both parasympathetic function and sympathetic function, based on time-frequency analysis of heart rate variability concurrent with time-frequency analysis of continuous respiratory activity, with mean heart rate and blood pressure measures, during test, paced (deep) breathing, valsalva maneuvers, and head-up postural change.


    Non-invasive physiologic studies of upper or lower extremity arteries, single level, limited bilateral (e.g. ankle brachial indicies, Doppler waveform analysis, volume plethysmography, transcutaneous oxygen tension measurement)