Good article on how good chronic care management can be very cost effective and also help patients with their overall health
The article, Chronic care management program showing signs of saving money, improving care, by Virgil Dickson states,
“A CMS experiment that compensates doctors to improve care for the sickest Medicare beneficiaries is showing signs of both saving money and improving quality.
Since 2015 the CMS paid physicians an average of $50 per patient per month for consulting with specialists and coordinating chronic-care services.”
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