Who Has Primary Responsibility for Chronic Care Management?
Healthcare Performance Benchmarks
March 16, 2016 Vol. VI Issue 11

Who Has Primary Responsibility for
Chronic Care Management?

Who Has Primary Responsibility for Chronic Care Management? Primary care physicians and healthcare case managers are most likely to have primary responsibility for chronic care management among the players on the chronic care management team, according to the 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Chronic Care Management. The survey also identified four other members of the chronic care team.

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2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Chronic Care Management2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Chronic Care Management captures tools, practices and lessons learned by the healthcare industry related to the management of chronic disease.

This 40-page report, based on responses from 119 healthcare companies to HIN's industry survey on chronic care management, assembles a wealth of metrics on eligibility requirements, reimbursement trends, promising protocols, challenges and ROI.

This market data also includes analysis and guidelines on use of CMS's newly released CPT codes for Chronic Care Management.

Supported with dozens of graphs and tables, these 2015 market metrics document emerging trends in chronic care management, resulting in a comprehensive set of best practices and benchmarks on care coordination for individuals with complex health conditions.

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This chart is sponsored by: Episodes of Care: Improving Clinical Outcomes and Reducing Total Cost of Care Through a Collaborative Payor-Provider Relationship, a 45-minute webinar on March 31, 2016, at 1:30 p.m. Eastern

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