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The CCM Solution from Health Management Associates & HomeTown Health

The 2016 HomeTown Health & Health Management Associates “CCM Solution” Program was designed to help primary care meet the requirements of Chronic Care Management (CCM). HMA’s care management training team has years of experience developing practical methods for identifying patients in need of interventions, building effectCapture - ccm 3ive care plans, utilizing models of care consultation and coaching, and developing reliable ways to track results. Our team of providers, nurses and behavioral health clinicians are trained and ready to help you put a care management model in place and bring new tools, skills and confidence to your clinical team. Your practice will be well set for meeting the requirements fulfilling the Chronic Care Management (CCM) practice and billing, work towards PCMH (or other) recognitions, or just become a more efficient, effective practice that meets the triple aim of quality, cost and experience.


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Why Focus on Chronic Care Management?

New opportunities for physician practices, such as the CCM fee, Patient Centered Medical Home recognitions, and pay for performance/value-baseCapture - ccm 1d payment models are requiring a transformation in the way a physician office practices. There may be more money on the table for physicians who move to new models, such as the new non–visit-based payment for chronic care management (CCM) of Medicare patients. According to CMS, “doctors tending to tens of millions of chronically ill Medicare patients aren’t taking advantage of federal dollars aimed at improving care and reducing hospital readmissions and overall costs… A Stanford University School of Medicine study examined how much chronic-care management could affect the typical primary-care practice: substantial increases in annual revenue, as much as $77,295 in year one, could be gained if they transformed practices such as the use of RNs conducting annual wellness visits.” (Dickson, Virgil. “Docs are leaving behind federal dollars to pay for coordinated care.” Modern Healthcare, October 13, 2015.)