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Chronic Care Management, Inc Publishes Its Model and Outcomes in Original Article in Population Health Management

Company describes its novel platform model in leading peer-reviewed population health journal

Cleveland, Ohio – July 8, 2019 – Chronic Care Management, Inc. is pleased to announce the publication of its model and outcomes in Population Health Management, a leading, peer-reviewed population health journal.  The original article, entitled, “A Platform and Clinical Model to Enable Medicare’s Chronic Care Management Program” is available online on the journal’s website, and will soon be available in the journal’s print publication.

First author and Chronic Care Management, Inc. founder Dr. William Mills, said, “We are thrilled that our article made it through the rigorous peer-review process at the leading population health journal – Population Health Management — and that it is now published online.  In this study, we describe how our non-face-to face care management technology and clinical staff model, interfaced with practitioners who care for multimorbid Medicare-age people, can help deliver scalable, effective care management.” Read More

How CCM Connects Care

ANNA Connected Care™
Using mobile / smartphone enabled patient outreach initiated by ANNA, high impact care management questions are asked of patients to determine current risk.  ANNA then triggers live engagement with care team members, physicians and appropriate community resources.

ANNA Connected Care™ Provider Platform
ANNA Connects CCM physicians/providers with regular updates/alerts enabling physicians to review CCM care plans and address identified risks proactively.

Chronic Care Management (CCM)

  • Our CCM program helps organizations succeed in both fee-for-service and value-based care models
  • Capture valuable fee-for-service revenue under Chronic Care Management CPT Codes
  • Evidence-based, actionable data-driven care management helps bend total cost curve downwards
  • CCM specializes in identifying “in-between visit” risks and connecting the patient’s care team to mitigate risks, affecting preemptive, quality care