The short answer is yes.
Many therapists and others are excited to offer this service as a cash payment option due to improved outcomes, treatment diversification, and passive revenue opportunities.
One example we’ve heard of therapists offering is that instead of doing the fourth and weekly therapy session in a month, they’ve replaced that fourth session with remote monitoring and preventative support throughout the month.
The estimated time needed for the remote monitoring service is about 60 minutes/month/patient/client. The therapists then charge around $150-$200/month/patient/client, building a passive income around a better hourly wage.