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Care Coordination | Annual Wellness Visit | Advance Care Planning | CPT codes

By: ThoroughCare
February 13th, 2024

With an Annual Wellness Visit (AWV), your patient receives an appropriate opportunity to review Advance Care Planning (ACP). You can use this yearly assessment as a time to cover why advanced planning can be of great benefit. In this video, we discuss everything you need to know about the 2024 CPT codes, billing requirements, and reimbursements for Advance Care Planning (ACP), so you can properly bill for this program and maximize your revenue. This includes code 99497 and add-on code 99498.

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Care Coordination | Value-Based Care

By: ThoroughCare
November 28th, 2023

Several factors are driving the adoption of team-based care coordination. Workforce shortages exacerbated by the pandemic, a growing population of adults living longer with chronic disease, and the shift toward value-based care models top the list.

Care Coordination | Value-Based Care

By: ThoroughCare
November 14th, 2023

Unaddressed health-related social needs (HRSN) can make achieving care plan goals difficult.

Chronic Care Management | Care Coordination

By: ThoroughCare
October 31st, 2023

An individual’s culture and language play a large part in their health. Healthcare professionals see the impact that culturally sensitive approaches can have on building greater awareness, closing care gaps, and spurring health-driven patient action.

Care Coordination | Social Determinants of Health

By: ThoroughCare
October 31st, 2023

Screening for health-related social needs (HRSN) is evolving into a care standard.

Care Coordination | Value-Based Care

By: ThoroughCare
October 24th, 2023

Three approaches have converged to improve clinical outcomes, elevate the quality of care, and decrease barriers that stand in the way of patient-centered healthcare. They are: