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Frequently Asked Questions

How does the TM Flow device enhance patient care for older adults and those with a history of smoking or circulation problems?2024-06-26T20:24:37+00:00

For older adults and individuals with a history of smoking or circulation problems, the TM Flow device is particularly beneficial. It performs the ankle-brachial index (ABI) test, which is recommended by the American Heart Association for adults aged 50+ with such histories and all adults over 70 years old. This test helps in the early detection of peripheral artery disease (PAD), enabling timely management and treatment. The TM Flow device’s comprehensive assessments ensure that patients receive accurate diagnoses and appropriate care, improving overall health outcome.

What are the benefits of using the TM Flow device in a medical practice?2024-06-26T20:24:23+00:00

The TM Flow device offers numerous benefits for medical practices, including non-invasive and accurate testing, early detection of autonomic and arterial dysfunctions, and comprehensive diagnostics that reduce the overall cost of patient care. Additionally, the device’s tests are easy to bill with multi-code diagnostics, making it a valuable investment for enhancing patient care and optimizing practice efficiency. It also supports compliance with standards of care recommended by leading health organizations.

Is the TM Flow device covered by insurance?2024-06-26T20:24:12+00:00

Yes, the TM Flow device is covered by Medicare and most private pay carriers. Specific CPT codes, such as 95921 for cardiovagal innervation and 93923 for ankle-brachial pressure index, ensure that the diagnostics are easy to bill. Coverage and reimbursements may vary depending on the Medicare locality, but the comprehensive diagnostics offered by the TM Flow device are widely recognized and supported by insurance providers.

Why is autonomic nervous system testing important for diabetes and cardiovascular patients?2024-06-26T20:23:56+00:00

Autonomic nervous system testing is crucial for diabetes and cardiovascular patients because it helps in the early detection of autonomic neuropathy, which is a common complication in these conditions. Early detection through ANS testing allows for timely intervention and management, reducing the risk of further complications. The American Diabetes Association recommends ANS testing as a standard of care for patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, highlighting its importance in effective diabetes management.

What is the TM Flow device and how does it work?2024-06-26T20:23:37+00:00

The TM Flow device is an advanced, non-invasive diagnostic tool designed to perform a series of tests that aid in the identification and early detection of autonomic nervous system (ANS) and arterial dysfunctions. It provides quantitative assessments of the ANS, helping to distinguish between early and late stages of autonomic neuropathy. The TM Flow device is particularly valuable for cardiovascular and diabetic autonomic neuropathy (DAN) testing, making it an essential tool in diabetes management and cardiovascular assessments.

A patient’s overall health and wellness is measured by the Cardiometabolic Score. This score is made up of three sub scores:

  • The ANS Score which takes up 40% and can determine small fiber neuropathy, cardiac autonomic neuropathy and cardiac autonomic dysfunction
  • The Vascular Score which takes up 40% and can assess blood pressure analysis, detect peripheral artery disease and endothelial dysfunction
  • The Health and Wellness Score which takes up 20% and consists of the patient’s diet and fitness

It is important to remember that a patient’s medical history must be considered in coordination with an ANS evaluation. A physician will be able to identify the specific marker or markers associated with a potentially chronic condition.


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