Chronic Care Management

Medsien’s Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and Chronic Care Management (CCM) programs are successful because of the company’s integrity, reliability and quality related to patient care, practice support and superior software and technology. Using our unique staffing and highly sophisticated technology model, Medsien has created unrivaled platforms that focus on patient care, supporting practices and using our software and technology expertise to create programs that far...

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  CLINICAL CARE AND CONNECTION - THE HEART OF WHO WE ARE      What is A Medsien Medical Assistant   Medical Assistants (MAs) are an essential part of successful care management. At Medsien the two things that make our remote care programs so successful are our unique proprietary software and our staffing model. The staffing model is our staff of highly qualified and compassionate Care Partners. We have our own...

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On November 2, 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released the 2022 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule. The biggest takeaways impacting Medsien clients are that care management services are here to stay - CMS has significantly increased the reimbursement and added additional codes and categories within care management services. They have expanded the code set for care management to include Chronic...

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Chronic Care Management (CCM) Principal Care Management (PCM) Remote Physiologic Management (RPM) Remote Therapeutic Management (RTM) Transitional Care Management (TCM) Annual Wellness Visits (AWV) Medsien offers software and solutions for a suite of services - including CCM, PCM, RPM, RTM, TCM and AWVs.  Accurate coding is essential for proper reimbursement.  Below you will find the current CPT codes for each service and program we provide. These include any notable 2022 changes, clarifications...

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  You are busy, and do not have the staff or time to implement a care management program. Your practice can’t invest the money for care management right now. We understand that. Medsien care management programs are different. We take care of implementing and staffing your care management programs, and require no upfront investment. We help you have care management and all its benefits for your...

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At Medsien, we work as partners with our clients to ensure smooth, well-integrated remote care programs. Medsien’s approach of tracking and reporting, staffing, integration, and full communication is unique -- ensures transparency and compliance for every practice or health system.    We implement a detailed, accurate program so you can run your CCM and RPM with confidence and ease. The design of our programs, and specifically the...

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The cost of care for most chronic disease is quite high. Unmanaged diabetes, heart disease, and various other conditions often result in many expensive interventions, hospitalizations and poor outcomes. Many unmanaged chronic conditions lead to more emergency room (ED) visits, hospital admissions, more severe illness/co-morbidities and death.     Chronic Care Management, or CCM, is the coordination of care services, which are furnished outside of regular office visits....

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    Clinical providers and policymakers have been talking about the quality improvement and cost-saving benefits of chronic disease management for some time. Most medical practices are fully aware of the clinical and cost benefits of Chronic Care Management (CCM) and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM); so why aren’t they putting them into practice, or able to successfully yield the benefits when they do? The ongoing challenge for...

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  CCM Overview    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) defines chronic conditions as those in which the patient is at significant risk of death, acute exacerbation/decompensation, or functional decline, and are expected to last until the death of the patient.    Chronic disease is rampant in the US, particularly among Medicare patients. Nearly 70% of Medicare beneficiaries have a minimum of two chronic conditions requiring care management,...

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