Chronic care management services – A game changer in primary care

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For 2015, the American Medical Association created and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services approved a new way for providers to be compensated for the non-face-to-face work they and their clinical staff do in managing serious chronic illness. This code appears to be a page right out of “Concierge or Direct Care Medicine’s playbook” – the focus is for sick patients to have high-touch pro-active intervention with 24/7 access to their doctor and/or care team, resulting in acute care prevention.

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