Social determinants of health (SDOH), or the economic and environmental factors that influence the well-being of a population, exist beyond the walls of physician practices. Doctors cannot guard patients against these widespread, systemic influences.
There are various software solutions that support care management programs, such as Chronic Care Management (CCM) and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), and value-based care initiatives. But how do you select the best tool for your practice?
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Within value-based care, providers must meet specific performance metrics. To do so, care delivery must change and efficiency gaps must close. But that’s difficult to do. Organizational limitations, such as overworked clinical staff and a lack of adequate digital tools to streamline processes, stand in the way.
Without software, Chronic Care Management (CCM) — or any other care management service — will be difficult to deliver to your patients. Your practice or organization will need to leverage a digital care coordination solution to implement your program.
If you’ve learned about care management programs, such as Chronic Care Management (CCM), Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), or Transitional Care Management (TCM), you’ve realized how integral care coordination software can be.
Value-based care can enable worthwhile aims, such as improved patient health and reduced care costs, but it has introduced new, overwhelming challenges to medical providers.
How do you define success for a clinical care manager? What does it look like?
It is essential to periodically review and, when applicable, revise a patient’s care plan.
What is a care manager?
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: