Cleveland, OH – November 14, 2017 – Chronic Care Management, Inc. today announced that it has been chosen as the preferred chronic care management (CCM) partner of Geriatric Practice Management, LLC, the developer and operator of its market-leading GEHRIMEDTM electronic health record and services platform. Read More
Continued strengthening of U.S. chronic care management program is expected to positively impact patients and practices across the country with additional “in-between visit” resources Cleveland, OH – July 25, 2017 – Chronic Care Management, LLC announced that The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released its proposed rule for the 2018 physician fee schedule payment policies earlier this month. This proposed rule contains several major proposed rule changes, which include continued efforts to strengthen the Medicare chronic care management (CCM) program, proposed improved reimbursement for care management services within federally qualified health centers (FQHC’s), new additions to the list of covered telehealth services, and a solicitation for comments on updating Medicare’s guidance on evaluation and management visit codes. The proposed rule, published in the Federal Register, can be viewed here. Read More
Scripps Mercy Physician Partners Selects Chronic Care Management, LLC as its Chronic Care Management Provider
Support for In-between visit patient care management, quality payment programs and new revenue available to IPA Member Practices Cleveland, OH – June 6, 2017 – Chronic Care Management, LLC today announced that it has been chosen to support the chronic care management (CCM) efforts of Scripps Mercy Physician Partners and the medical practices comprising its Independent Physician Association (IPA) in San Diego County, California. Read More
Chronic Care Management, LLC Adds Comprehensive Clinical Quality Measures Program Support
Cleveland, OH – January 27, 2017 – Chronic Care Management, LLC today announced that it has launched comprehensive clinical quality measures program support as part of its person-centered chronic care management (CCM) platform. The platform enables performance of core care management activities such as care planning, care coordination, medication management and patient assessments, and now adds quality measure support for all major clinical quality programs. “At the confluence of the demographic shift to an aging population, increasing patient complexity and the recognition that more must be done with less in healthcare—is the patient who deserves quality clinical care”, said Dr. William Mills, President of Chronic Care Management, LLC. “Our new quality measures program support can help practices continually improve their performance on individual and groups of quality measures while operationalizing their QM process and reporting to foster success.” Read More
Cleveland, OH – November 3, 2016 – Chronic Care Management, LLC announced that The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released its final rule for its 2017 physician fee schedule payment policies yesterday. This major final rule contains multiple changes to Medicare Part B payment policies, which illustrate that CMS increasingly recognizes the critically important role that “in-between visit” chronic care management (CCM) services play in the care of people with multiple chronic conditions. Read More
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (March 22, 2016) – Kindred Healthcare, Inc. (“Kindred” or the “Company”) (NYSE:KND) today announced that Dr. William Mills, Senior Medical Advisor to Kindred and Chief Executive Officer of Chronic Care Management, LLC, will present March 24 at HealthImpact Southwest in Houston, a collaborative forum for national leaders in healthcare technology. Read More
Release Supports High User Concurrency, Enterprise Healthcare Organizations and Enhanced Performance
Cleveland, OH, March 7, 2016 (Newswire) – Chronic Care Management, LLC today announced that it has released a major update to its chronic care management platform, which includes significant performance enhancements and robust enterprise support.
The Independent Physician Association of America (TIPAAA) Selects Chronic Care Management, LLC as its Preferred CCM provider
Parties anticipate wide scale CCM program participation among TIPAAAs 300,000 physician members
Cleveland, OH – February 1, 2016 – Chronic Care Management, LLC today announced that it has been selected as the preferred provider of chronic care management services for members of The Independent Physician Association of America (TIPAAA), the leading trade association serving Independent/integrated Physician Associations (IPAs) in the U.S. TIPAAA currently represents over 3500 IPAs and provides education, advocacy, resources and success tools to its membership network that spans the country. Read More
Partnerships Further Expand Company’s Ability to Provide Medical Practices and ACOs with Full-Service Medication Management and a Clinical Staffing Model as Added Value to Care Management Platform
Cleveland, OH, January 13, 2016 (Newswire) – Chronic Care Management, LLC today announced two strategic partnerships that significantly enhance its care management capabilities. The Company, which provides chronic care management services to locations that serve approximately 200,000 chronically ill Medicare beneficiaries, is focused on adding value for patients and providers.
“Our mission is to provide a high-quality chronic care management toolkit to our client medical practices, health systems, enablers and ACOs. We are fortunate to have secured partnerships with two leading organizations that truly understand what care management means to practitioners, organizations and patients,” said Dr. William Mills, President and Chief Executive Officer of Chronic Care Management.
Chronic Care Management and Care Planning Solution Launched For Primary Care Providers, ACOs, and Integrated Healthcare Organizations
Chronic Care Management, LLC launches a comprehensive care planning software suite integrating patient goals, chronic condition management, advanced care planning and assessment tools into a complete care management solution. Read More
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