Did you know that over 40 million Medicare beneficiaries have multiple chronic conditions? Did you also know that people with chronic conditions account for over 75% of hospital stays, office visits, home health care, and prescription drugs?
There’s a high probability many of your patients qualify for Medicare’s Chronic Care Management (CCM) program. That said, manually managing a CCM program can put a significant strain on your staff, potentially leading to burnout.
If only there were a way to streamline your Chronic Care Management program, allowing you to enjoy the numerous benefits of CCM without unnecessarily burdening your staff…
That’s where we factor into the equation.
ABILITY NAVIGATOR CCM addresses many of the common concerns you face in your medical practice:
• Patient enrollment: Our application helps you identify eligible patients at or before the point of service. We’ve even created a patient-education flyer you can share with patients.
• Unfulfilled CCM activities: The application includes a streamlined workflow for you and your staff to see which patients still require care for the month.
• Burned out staff: This application helps your staff track, document and bill for CCM activities. Streamlining the workflow reduces stress for your team.
• Potential compliance issues: CCM activity records can be exported for ingestion by most EHR systems.
ABILITY NAVIGATOR CCM is a time-saving, easy-to-use application that fits into current workflows and eliminates manual CCM program management and time tracking.
It’s time you took a well-deserved break! Let ABILITY NAVIGATOR CCM do the heavy lifting so that you can avoid burning out your staff without missing out on unfulfilled CCM activities.
We’d love to show you how all the bells and whistles work!
In our last post, we talked about increasing patient awareness about CCM benefits. If you missed it, you can read it here.
Don’t miss our next blog! We’ll share how you can avoid uncompensated care and maintain a healthy bottom line.
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