Outsource your CCM and Telehealth Services

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SummitWest Care

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Nov 16, 2021

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Colorado - Western Slope

CHRONIC CARE MANAGEMENT (CCM)

What is CCM? CCM services are generally non-face-to-face services provided to Medicare beneficiaries who have two or more chronic conditions. 1 in 2 Adults Im the US has a chronic disease. 1 in 4 Adults in the US has two or more.
THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH AND DISABILITY AND LEADING DRIVERS OF THE NATIONS TRILLIONS IN ANNUAL HEALTHCARE COSTS EXTEND YOUR PATIENT CARE! Outsourced Chronic Care Management allows practices to focus more on face-to-face care and encourages patients to engage in their health outside of the clinic.

BENEFITS TO YOUR PATIENTS:

Improved patient outcomes
Disease specific education
Monthly checkups
Care plan review
Medication Reconciliation
OUR SERVICES HELP IMPROVE PATIENT ENGAGEMENT

BENEFITS TO YOUR PRACTICE

Additional Revenue Stream
Easy PAtient Program Setup
Individualizzed Patient Care
Monthly Reports
Access to our HIPAA compliant patient portal.
Fully Compliant CCM Services

SERVICE OPTIONS FOR PRACTICES:
Chronic Care Management:

Monthly calls to patient
Personalized care plans
Condition Specific Education
24/7 Nursing Availablility
Care Coordination
Communitcation with Physicians
**All Clinicians are certified in Integrated Care and CCM

CCM With Remote Patient Monitoring:

Telehealth and RPM Services includes state-of-the-art Bluetooth capable equipment through Health Recovery Solutions.
Real-time connection (video, text, call) to care team with group video conferencing capabilities
Condition-specific educational content and quizzes
Personal peripherals tailored to client needs
Daily reminders and symptom surveys
Medication Reminders
RPM equipment includes: Samsung Tablet, Scale, Oximeter, Blood Pressure Machine and Cuff, Thermometer and Glucose Monitor

WHY OUTSOURCE CCM?
Establishing a CCM Program is a labor-intensive process, requiring training, recruiting and program development. SummitWest Care already has the staff, the EHR systems, the equipment and the capabilities to care for your patients.

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