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Chronic Care Management FAQ

The Chronic Care Management program is a specialized healthcare service designed to provide comprehensive support and coordination for patients with chronic health conditions.

The CCM program involves a team of healthcare professionals who work collaboratively to manage and monitor your chronic health conditions. This team includes doctors, nurses, and other support staff.

Patients with two or more chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, or other qualifying conditions, may be eligible for the CCM program.

The CCM program offers several benefits, including personalized care plans, regular check-ins, medication management, and enhanced communication with healthcare providers to improve your overall health and well-being.

As a participant in the CCM program, you will receive regular check-ins and support calls from our healthcare team. The frequency of these calls may vary based on your specific healthcare needs.

It is free to you if you have Medicare, and many HMO plans may cover the cost of the CCM program for patients over 65 years-old. If you have PPO, it is applied to your deductible.

To enroll in the CCM program, simply express your interest to our office staff during your next visit, and they will guide you through the enrollment process.

Yes, you have the right to opt-out of the CCM program at any time. If you choose to discontinue participation, please inform our office staff and we will make the necessary arrangements.