One third of the U.S. population has at least one chronic disease, such as cancer, asthma, diabetes or heart disease. Chances are good that we, or people we love, have experienced the challenges of coordinating care for these complex conditions.
Clinicians recognize the importance of staying connected to their patients. But teams at small practices may not have enough volume – or stability of volume – to justify hiring additional clinical staff to coordinate care for complex patients.
Download this white paper to learn how small practices can earn Chronic Care Management revenue while providing the complex patient better care, the clinician knowing that they are providing higher quality care, and CMS reducing its overall costs and rewarding the practice financially.
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