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ChartSpan and Johns Hopkins Announce CCM Course for Providers
In the age of value-based care, providers are feeling the pressure to produce better outcomes at lower costs. The greatest cost to the healthcare system is servicing the elderly with chronic conditions. Providers are expected to identify and manage these patients to produce the best outcomes possible. This is best done through a CCM program.
Since the CCM reimbursement program is fairly new, providers and vendors are still navigating the complexities of a successful CCM program. That's why ChartSpan was driven to find a way to educate providers on the power and importance of CCM.
"Over the last four years we have gained a better understanding of the CCM program itself and how best to deliver a patient-centric service that is now generating the cost savings and improved clinical outcomes it was designed for," said ChartSpan's Chief Strategy Officer & Co-Founder, Shane Grivich. "We wanted to develop a course that could impart some of that tribal knowledge in an unbiased setting while helping providers earn valuable credits towards their required CME hours."
The course, titled "Medicare Chronic Care Management: Discovering the Value," will be accessible online. Upon completion of the course, providers will have acquired knowledge of the Medicare rules of CCM, as well as a framework on how to provide the care as a profitable service line. Providers can find the course at https://es4p.com/
ChartSpan is the largest, managed service provider of chronic care management programs in the United States. The company provides turn-key care coordination and compliance programs for doctors, clinics, and health systems. ChartSpan manages patient care coordination and value-based programs for more than 100 of the most successful practices and health systems in the U.S.
ES4P is a physician-owned company that produces and delivers educational content using web-based virtual platform technology, designed to augment the value-based care model of healthcare delivery. They are partnered with multiple top medical universities, including Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine educates medical students, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows. The University prepares students to practice patient-centered medicine and to identify and answer fundamental questions in the prevention and treatment of disease.
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