There are several ways that providers, like family medicine and primary care, health systems, and value-based care groups, are leveraging innovative payment arrangements and technologies to provide behavioral health support and treatment.
The combination of a burgeoning senior adult population and an increased prevalence of behavioral health conditions—encompassing mental health and substance use disorders—creates greater risks to elder health and wellness. It also produces an unsustainable burden on Medicare and provider organizations.
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Implementing value-based care can help providers improve patient health and reduce care costs, but it has introduced new, overwhelming challenges to physician practices.
We dive into the 2022 CPT codes, billing requirements, and reimbursements for Behavioral Health Integration (BHI), so you can properly bill for this program and maximize your revenue.
Medical reimbursements are tied to Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. They categorize and specify billing rates and rules for procedures, treatments, and care services.
When treating chronic illness, how often do you consider a patient’s mental health?
Care Coordination and Wellness programs, with goals of improved health, better care and lower costs, continue to expand. Unfortunately, these programs lag behind in many rural communities. But programs like Chronic Care Management (CCM) are tailor-made for the rural population. Here are 6 reasons Rural Health Providers need CCM: