Medicare designed Chronic Care Management to help patients with chronic conditions better manage their self-care and optimize their health. The primary goal of CCM is to provide patients with better care access.
HELP PATIENTS LIVE HEALTHIER LIVES
With Connected Clinic, your patients are our patients. We check in on them regularly and help them manage their conditions at home. On average, over 85% of patients report improved health with Empower.
INCREASE PROVIDER REVENUE
Medicare provides reimbursments to practices who utilize CCM. Our services take away the need for implementing and maintaining the program yourself, so you can focus on patient care and we do the rest.
WHAT IS CHRONIC CARE MANAGEMENT?
Research studies have consistently demonstrated that care management services such as medication reconciliation, coordination among all providers, arrangements for social services, and remote patient monitoring reduce the cost of care for chronic disease patients, while also improving their overall health.
We know that the biggest goal of any healthcare professional is providing the best patient experience. That’s why we focus on delivering our solutions that matter the most to your chronically ill patients. We have plenty of case studies and testimonials that prove our care management success – but if that’s not enough, we have the actual data, too.
“I use Connected Clinic software for CCM and RPM. The software looks at the patient record and guides me to ask the right questions and identify and solve problems for my clients. Recently, the software helped discover my client’s insurance was not covering his insulin.
I knew this was a problem, and wanted to do something about it immediately. So I called his pharmacy, as well as his doctor, and had them send over a list of alternative prescriptions that were authorized by his insurance. He was able to go pick up his new prescription the same day! He even called me back to thank me! Connected Clinic software helps me reach more patients effectively and deliver useful care management. ”