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OUR SOLUTIONS

CHRONIC CARE MANAGEMENT USING VIRTUAL TEAM BASED CARE

Care Coordination

Using telehealth and unified communications technology for collaborative clinical support care outside the four walls of the practice.

All clinical services are documented in  the patient records in our client’s practice EMR System as the database of record for meaningful use and MIPS Quality Measures compliance.

CHRONIC CARE MANAGEMENT FOR MEDICARE PATIENTS

THE CHRONIC CARE MANAGEMENT (CCM) MARKET:

More than 35 Million American Seniors, and growing steadily.

CCM will see order of magnitude growth in participating senior patients over next 3 years…

MEDICATION MANAGEMENT

The lack of Medication Adherence is estimated to cause 125,00 deaths, and cost the American healthcare economy approximately $300 billion a year.

 

Medications are the primary tool that doctors use to effect change in the Patients they treat.

 

Many of the recent quality measures physicians will be required to address going forward involve mediation management.

 

The most qualified clinician to assist physicians in managing medications is a pharmacist.

“The findings from over 60 studies suggest that patients receiving pharmacist-led care were more likely to achieve target goals for blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar compared with patients receiving usual care…”

 

Some portion of what now constitutes the primary care management of chronic conditions can be ably taken over by pharmacists.

Pharmacist provided Comprehensive Medication Management services contributed to an astounding 27% reduction in Primary Care Workload!

 

Pharmacists were able to manage the chronic disease patients, leaving appointment spots open for primary care physicians to see more patients with acute or diagnostic needs…”