Chronic Care Management: One Way to Maximize Fee-for-Service Reimbursement
Would you like to maximize your reimbursements by up to $42 dollars per patient per month for the care being provided? Chronic Care Management (CCM) involves much of what you may already be doing to provide high-quality care for your patients: maintaining a comprehensive electronic care plan, managing...
September 11th, 2019
Categories: Practice Management, Tip of the Month
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Geographic Scheduling: Impact on Home-Based Primary Care Productivity
One of the unique challenges home-based primary care practices face is determining an effective geographic scheduling and route planning process.  The ability to automate and/or optimize routing of patient visits is key to minimizing travel time for providers, boosting productivity and increasing face-to-face time with patients. Dedicating the...
August 16th, 2019
Categories: Practice Management, Training
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Why is HCC Coding so Important for Home Care Medicine?
A hot topic in health care today is Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCCs), and there is no better time to consider the value of HCC coding to your home-based primary care program!  HCC coding is the risk adjustment method used by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to...
July 11th, 2019
Categories: Practice Management, Training & Education
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HHS To Deliver Value-Based Transformation in Primary Care
Apr 22, 2019  |  cms.gov The CMS Primary Cares Initiative to Empower Patients and Providers to Drive Better Value and Results Today, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Administrator Seema...
April 22nd, 2019
Categories: Benefits of HBPC, Event, Practice Management
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Leveraging the Knowledge and Experience of HBPC Experts to Help Your House Call Program Succeed
Brent Feorene is a practice management expert and consultant in the field of home-based primary care medicine. Home-based primary care (HBPC) or “house calls” are making a resurgence because they better serve the needs of the four million frail, chronically ill, medically-complex, homebound patients in the US who have trouble...
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