Prevent uncompensated claims in your Chronic Care Management (CCM) program

March 11, 2020 ABILITY

You go above and beyond every day to provide the best possible care for your patients. Unfortunately, many of the services you provide outside of face-to-face visits require extra time and resources and don’t come with additional compensation.

All we can say is … ouch. But what if you could get paid for that time and care?

Medicare’s CCM program was created to help you more effectively manage the complex care of patients with multiple chronic conditions, resulting in better patient outcomes and provide reimbursement for these essential non face-to-face activities.

We’ve heard from many of our healthcare provider partners that in most cases, the work is already being done but without compensation. Why should you go unpaid when you’re providing world-class care for your patients? A Chronic Care Management (CCM) program can change that by ensuring you’re compensated for the services you provide.

You’ve done your part, now you rely on your billing team to submit claims for the work you’ve done and collect payment. What checks and balances do you have in place to guarantee all CCM claims get paid? Manual processes can be time consuming and inefficient. Wouldn’t it be nice to see with the click of a button which claims have been billed, paid or need your attention?

ABILITY NAVIGATOR™ CCM empowers your billers with the tools they need to ensure you’re compensated for the care coordination activities you’ve delivered. With a comprehensive view, you’ll have the capability to filter by claim status to see which patients need claims submitted, which have been billed and which have been paid. We’ll also alert your staff of claims that need attention so that no claim slips through the cracks.

You and your staff are doing too much work not to get compensated.

Discover how ABILITY can help you streamline and optimize your CCM billing!

Coming soon! Don’t miss our fifth and final blog in this series! We’ll discuss how to monitor your CCM program performance, determine program potential and track clinical activity performance.

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