Getting Started With Chronic Care Management
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recognizes that chronic conditions need to be addressed differently. Treating chronic conditions requires high frequency but low complexity interventions best accomplished by non face-to-face interactions between doctors and patients. This is why CMS will now pay separately for those non-face-to-face care coordination services furnished to Medicare beneficiaries with multiple chronic conditions.
Whether your practice is trying to determine the best way to get started or you’re looking for ways to streamline your processes and drive greater efficiency out your existing program, our step-by-step guide can help. This useful tool outlines the specific steps providers should take in order to make the most of the Chronic Care Management reimbursement. It even includes a sample consent form.
Check out the four steps to practical and profitable Chronic Care Management below and then download the guide for your practice.
Whether you’re in the planning stages or working to drive greater efficiency in your Chronic Care Management program, West can help. Contact us today.