The importance of the move is powered by Arches' groundbreaking telemedicine reimbursement strategy that will accompany the rollout of TruClinic to Arches' preferred suppliers. While telemedicine solutions have long been available, providers have had little incentive to embrace the technology for use in the home because of payment structures. Arches has activated 30 CPT codes designed for reimbursement of patient-centric treatment solutions that streamline the stations of care for both the patients and the suppliers. Some of the highlights of the new codes are: sessions conducted by doctor and non-physician licensed providers, nursing home visits and home health company visits. These and other types of interactions will be reimbursed for telemedicine classes using the TruClinic system now.Type II cells and their role in surfactant secretion have already been studied extensively, but much less is known about the function of type I cells, in part because of technical difficulties in finding a extremely purified type I cell preparation. Related StoriesMU researchers effectively treat canines with DMD, plan for human clinical trialsScalable creation of gene therapy vectors: an interview with Frank UbagsStudy suggests potential new way to block cancer-causing geneThe current study uses a powerful DNA microarray strategy to have the gene expression profile of extremely purified type I cells, and uses the data to infer a novel physiological function because of this cell type.