The world’s first smart diabetic footwear. The intelligent Cam Boot monitors patient’s rehabilitation compliance to the clinician’s prescribed stabilization and mechanical offloading protocol.
Easy to use application provides users with real-time feedback on adherence and compliance to physicians orders.
Clinical dashboard provides adherence and compliance information. It also tracks the time the clinician spends on each patient per month to facilitate remote patient monitoring billing.
Initially, yes, the patient can remove the boot; however, this should ONLY be done while sleeping or taking a shower. If the patient is not adherent to these guidelines, the physician can make the boot irremovable.
XS (2-4) S (4.5-7), M (7.5-10.5), L (10.5-12.5), XL (12.5-14)
Yes, it is covered by L-Code 4386
The boot and monthly service is sold separately. Diabetic foot ulcers vary in recovery time, so you pay as you go, that way you don’t pay for something that you don’t need.
Yes, using the remote patient monitoring CPT codes, 99453. 99454, 99457 and 99458 the monthly service fees are covered and the physician is reimbursed for reviewing the data.
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For more than 125 years, the clinicians at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center (Rancho Los Amigos) in Downey, California, have been on a mission to restore health, rebuild life, and revitalize hope for persons with a life-changing illness, injury, or disability.