Careexpand to Transition its Full-Service Chronic Care Management Business to Chronic Care Management, Inc.

Transition Begins for Careexpand Supported Patients and Practices

Dallas, Texas and Cleveland, Ohio – August 3, 2018 – Careexpand today announced it has decided to transition its full-service chronic care management business to Chronic Care Management, Inc.   After careful consideration, Careexpand has made the strategic decision to focus solely on its core software platforms, Livebase and Careexpand, and to transfer its clinical service business to an industry partner. Michael Nesti of Careexpand said, “After conducting due diligence, we selected Chronic Care Management, Inc. as our transition partner due to the positive outcomes it is achieving for people with chronic conditions and the practices that provide care for them.”

Dr. William Mills, President and CEO of Chronic Care Management Inc. said, “We appreciate the confidence that the Careexpand team has placed in us during this client and patient transition.  We stand by ready to onboard Careexpand’s full-service clients to our integrated care management model”. Mills continued,  “We look forward to partnering with the medical practitioners currently in contracts with Careexpand to seamlessly transition them to our evidence-based care platform that is achieving low hospitalization and readmission rates by leveraging evidence-based outcome assessments and community resource need matching.”

Careexpand clients should contact Mark Douglas at Chronic Care Management, Inc at their earliest convenience by calling 440.248.6500 or by email.

CCM is a program launched by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in 2015 to help  provide support for patients with multiple chronic conditions in-between their provider visits and episodes of care.  The CCM program created a new Medicare-benefit to support beneficiaries  with two or more chronic conditions by providing new “in-between visit” revenue to participating providers, stimulating practices to enhance their focus on goal-directed, person-centered care planning, and to provide “aging-in-place” resources such as proactive care management.