New Minimum RSA Key Size for Code Signing Certificates

Beginning on May 31, 2021, the minimum RSA key size for code signing and EV code signing certificates issued by increased from 2048 to 3072 bits. This change is  part of our continual efforts to follow current industry best practices and remain in compliance with all applicable standards, including the CA/Browser forum’s Baseline Requirements for code signing and EV code signing guidelines. Minimum sizes for ECC code signing keys will remain unchanged. With future releases,  customers can expect the following effects from this change:

  • Code signing and EV code signing certificates issued before May 31, 2021 (including those with 2048-bit RSA keys) will continue to work as usual until they expire. The ADL certificates will remain in effect for a year; no action is necessary at the present time.
  • eSigner EV code signing certificates will be issued with 3072-bit RSA keys at which time ADL will upgrade the document signing.


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2021 Medicare Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) CPT Codes

Description of 2021 RPM CPT Codes & Reimbursement Rates

In 2018, CMS introduced CPT codes to reimburse providers for delivering RPM services to patients. The RPM reimbursement codes are similar to the Chronic Care Management (CCM) codes, but add device data collection and review to the requirements. Here is a breakdown of the RPM CPT codes and reimbursements currently available:

99453Initial Setup of DeviceNot Specified; Not Required to be Clinical Staff (Practice Expense Only Code)Billed 1X Per Patient, Only First Month of Reading for 99454$19.46
99454Device Supply With Daily Recordings and Programmed AlertsNot Specified; Not Required to be Clinical Staff (Practice Expense Only Code)Billed Each 30 Days, Minimum of 16 Days of Monitoring*$64.15
9945720 Minutes of Monitoring and Treatment Management That Includes Interactive Communication With the Patient or Caregiver During the Calendar MonthIn Indirect General Supervision of Clinical StaffBilled Each Calendar Month$51.54
(Non-Facility Rate)
99458Each Additional 20 Minutes of Monitoring and Treatment Management Services Provided.In Indirect General Supervision of Clinical StaffBilled Each Calendar Month$42.22
(Non-Facility Rate)
9909130 Minutes of Monitoring Each 30 Days That Does Not Require Interactive CommunicationPerformed by Physician, Other Qualified Healthcare Professional (QHCP) or Clinical StaffBilled Each 30 Days$58.38

*During COVID-19 Pandemic, 2 Days Of Monitoring Is Required, But Only If Patient Has Suspected Or Confirmed COVID-19 Case.

Root Cause Protocol

If you, or someone you love, is suffering from chronic health challenges, then please continue reading..

The scientific, peer-reviewed literature from around the world — though not well known in conventional medical circles — is actually quite clear.  All disease is caused by inflammation, better described as “oxidative stress”…  And the root cause of inflammation / oxidative stress is “cellular dysfunction” caused by an imbalance of 3 key minerals:

  1. Magnesium
  2. Copper
  3. Iron

This imbalance can be repaired — and you can feel much better — following the steps of the Root Cause Protocol.