Health IT Analytics July 12, 2019
Emily Sokol, MPH

A new clinical model from Chronic Care Management Inc. will help providers scale chronic disease management through care coordination and non-face-to-face visits.

A new study from Chronic Care Management, Inc. (CCMI) suggests evidence-based practices for managing multiple chronic conditions in Medicare-aged populations, including in-between visit care management, home-based care coordination, and virtual care assistance.

The goal of the study was to implement a scalable practice for Medicare’s chronic care management (CCM) program and examine factors associated with hospitalization to better inform population health management strategies.

“Overall, it is our hope that the approach described in this article can help provide increased access to evidence-based care management for people with chronic medical and behavioral conditions, while simultaneously helping medical practices, health plans, and others provide...