Start Feeling Better

With Chronic Care Management (CCM) we are here to help you control existing symptoms and conditions, together, allowing you to focus on the more enjoyable aspects and activities in life.

What is Chronic Care Management (CCM)?

It is a new program provided to Medicare patients who have multiple (two or more) significant chronic conditions. Millions of older adults endure chronic illnesses like diabetes, arthritis, hypertension, and other conditions that make life challenging to manage. 

Purpose

The main purpose is to make patients with chronic diseases and conditions better by:

  • Maintaining health and to help in coordination of healthcare and well-being
  • Helping with self-care, self-management skills, coaching health behaviors and compliance with your care plan
  • Aid with related tasks, such as coordination of transportation, community programs, and more!

Cost

The Chronic Care Management program is typically covered after your Medicare deductible is properly met along with your applied copay. Depending on any additional supplemental insurance coverage, there may not be extra out-of-pocket expenses. If you are unsure about your insurance coverage, please speak directly to your doctor’s office staff.

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    Did You Know?

    68% of Medicare beneficiaries have two or more chronic conditions. 

    Make Life Easier

    Referred by your doctor, a dedicated chronic care manager will call you once a month and work with you to monitor day-to-day wellness and assist with maintaining your health.

    Benefits

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    Decreases unnecessary hospital visits and costly medical services

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    Maintenance of healthy behaviors

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    Assurance that there are no issues with any current or new medication and treatment plan 

     

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