AIRx Health is a digital health service for chronic conditions and COVID-19.
Now covered by Medicare and select insurers.
To remotely monitor your health, AIRx Health connects you with expert telehealth physicians who are trained at top 10 US medical institutions. The process takes less than a minute to complete daily and is done from the comfort of your home.
Covered by Medicare
Data reviewed daily
Monitoring kit provided
Easy to join
Physicians on the AIRx Health platform create personalized monitoring plans based on your medical history.
A remote monitoring kit, which includes a device to monitor your health, will be mailed to your home.
Each day, answer a 1-minute assessment about any changes in your symptoms.
Physicians on the AIRx Health platform will monitor your data daily to help catch and manage issues sooner.
Prior to using the AIRx Health platform, doctors go through rigorous onboarding, including vetting, credentialing, and training in order to ensure your safety and quality of your monitoring experience.
AIRx Health connects patients with independent physicians.* They act independently and are dedicated to improving your health and protecting your privacy.
Clinical Instructor, Population Health & Primary Care
Training: Stanford University
Chief, Division of Hospital Medicine
At AIRx Health, we care about more than just your health – we care about your privacy. As a HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliant organization, AIRx Health keeps your data in a secure, encrypted database with restricted, monitored access. The database complies with applicable federal laws that protect the privacy and security of your health information.
Remote patient monitoring is a covered benefit by patients with Medicare Part B insurance and select insurances. Co-pays may or may not apply depending on your insurance coverage and plan.
Remote patient monitoring, or RPM, is a technology to enable monitoring of patients outside of the doctor's office, such as in the comfort of your own home.
All of the physicians on the AIRx Health platform are U.S. licensed physicians trained at world-renowned medical institutions. AIRx Health advisors also include a neurologist specialized in stroke care, and a pulmonologist from Stanford University.
No. Doctors on the AIRx Health platform are not replacements for your primary care physician (PCP) but work to complement their care. It is important to maintain your PCP and any other physicians involved in your care so that everyone can work together to provide you the best care.
Every day, people like you reclaim their health with personalized monitoring and care. Remote patient monitoring is now covered by Medicare.
"I wish this service was available 10 years ago when I was first diagnosed. I live alone and knowing that this service helps my doctor take better care of me makes a huge difference."
"My uncle died of COPD several months ago and I wish he had this service. I am so glad to be able to use AIRx Health to help my own COPD management. Thank You!"