What is Chronic Care Management?
Chronic Care Management (CCM) services are available for patients who have two or more chronic conditions or on-going health problems. With CCM, you receive care from your doctor’s office between office visits, usually over the phone. CCM services help you manage your illnesses to improve your health and lower your medical costs.
CCM services are paid for by Medicare Part B, which means that Medicare pays for 80 percent of the service. You will have 20 percent copay, which is about $8 a month for 20 minutes of CCM services. If you have a Medicare supplemental insurance policy, then your Medicare supplemental insurance will pay the copay. If you are receiving Medicaid, your copay may be paid for by Medicaid, depending on how you qualified for Medicaid. Ask your doctor for details on how this applies to you.
EARN RECURRING REVENUE
DocIndy provides all of the benefits of Chronic Care Management, with none of the hassles. With reimbursement rates ranging from approximately $40 to $142, Medicare’s Chronic Care Management bill code 99490, 99487, and 99489 afford practices the opportunity to create a new profit center while improving the experience and clinical outcomes for patients.
No upfront money
No software or hardware to purchase
No new staff to hire
Contingency pricing – we don’t get paid until you get paid.
High-Performing Chronic Care Management Program
24/7 Patient Access
Web portal for patient and provider
Custom Patient Care Plans
Secure File Sharing
Simplified CCM Billing for Providers
CHRONIC CARE MANAGEMENT
VALUE BASED CARE
Coordinated Care = Better Care
Better Care for Patients
New Revenue for Providers
Finally, the ability to provide the care your chronically ill patients deserve and the financial incentive to make it feasible. A recent study by the American Academy of Family Physicians found that a care coordination program, similar to our program, in a primary care setting significantly improved 16 different HEDIS measures spanning diabetes, CAD, and prevention services.
While improving your patients’ experiences and medical outcomes is the primary focus of Chronic Care Management, the revenue potential makes it a win-win proposition. Practices can earn $40.39/month providing CCM services for qualified patients, which translates to more than $240K per year with 500 enrolled patients.
Support for those that need it most
Chronic Care Management is a new program offered by Medicare to help those patients with two or more chronic conditions better manage their health. Upon enrolling in the program, you will be matched with a dedicated DocIndy care coordinator. Under the guidance of your physician, your care coordinator will carefully monitor your health and provide personalized care for your chronic health conditions.