The PKG® system
The PKG® system provides objective, ambulatory, continuous assessment of motor complications associated with movement disorders including:
- Assessment of bradykinesia, dyskinesia and tremor
- A record of daytime sleepiness and immobility
- Self-reported levodopa compliance
- Ability to correlate symptom fluctuations and their severity with respect to levodopa dosage
Remote Physiologic Monitoring using the PKG system:
RPM for Parkinson’s patients:
- Is a billable service model using the PKG System
- Ability to monitor patient progress continuously over time to help achieve a better quality of life at each point in their journey.
- Clinicians and staff review monitoring data and spend reimbursable time every month evaluating and providing care management to your patients as needed.
- The PKG qualifies as a reimbursed product service under RPM codes
News & Events
Announcing the New PKG Remote Monitoring Service and Notification of Change
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Thomas Ulmer appointed as Chief Financial Officer
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