As the healthcare focus changes from a “sick” care model to a population health model, primary care practices have new opportunities that are supported with Medicare reimbursement. The incorporation of a care coordination program in primary care is a huge step towards achieving the triple aim: better health for the population, better care for individuals, and lower costs through improvements.
The recent changes to the Chronic Care Management regulations that are effective January 1, 2017, strengthens CMS’s commitment to care management in the primary care setting as these rules have decreased the administrative burden to performing care management and has extended the reimbursable codes for Chronic Care Management (CCM).
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