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How to Get Paid for the New Chronic Care Management Code
Free On Demand Webinar
Under a new chronic care management program authorized by CMS, you can bill for care that you are probably already providing to patients with two or more chronic conditions. But as with most CMS programs, there are very specific requirements you need to meet in order to bill for this code. That’s why you need to understand how to manage this program as soon as possible. In this complimentary webinar, you’ll review how to:
- Draft a patient agreement with the required information
- Provide the care required by the guidelines
- Get started within the timeline
- Code, bill and get paid appropriately
- And more
Don’t miss your opportunity to learn how to start and manage chronic care management under CMS’ program in this free webinar.
How to Handle the Chronic Care Management Patient Agreement
The new Chronic Care Management Code is creating a lot of buzz among medical practices, because estimates are that potential revenue could exceed $300,000 per year for the average practice according to the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA). But the chronic care management program also requires a very specific Patient Agreement; get our free sample agreement now… Read More »
Quiz: Do You Know How the Value-Based Modifier Will Impact Your Practice?
How well do you understand CMS’ Value-Based Modifier program? You need to, because it will begin impacting your practice with your 2015 performance. Take our quick quiz to make sure you understand what this program means to your practice and what you need to do… Read More »
Manage Nursing Home Patients with New Long Term Care Software
Long term care is demanding enough without adding to your charting workload. And as the population ages, nursing home patients will become an increasing percentage of many providers’ practice. Fortunately, there are now long term care software tools to help you schedule, register and manage your nursing home patients. Review our infographic to see how you can streamline management of your patients in nursing homes and other long term care facilities… Read More »