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Getting Started with Chronic Care Management: Taking Steps Toward Value-Based Care (Part 1)
Wednesday, March 15, 2017, from 12-1 p.m. (EST)
Join the IRHA's Cody Mullen for the first of a two-part series focused on the important role of Chronic Care Management (CCM).
This workshop will look at traditional and complex Chronic Care Management (CCM) (CPT: 99487, 99489, and 99490). Participants will learn about delivery requirements for both forms of CCM, uniqueness between them, and clinical staff members who should be included. In addition, linkages between a robust CCM and participation in the Quality Payment Program (QPP) will be discussed.
Cody Mullen, Network Development Coordinator, Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA)
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