Kansas Health Services Corporation Partners with Top Chronic Care Management Provider, ChartSpan

January 31, 2022 /

Kansas Partnership

Kansas Health Services Corporation (KHSC), a for-profit subsidiary of Kansas Hospital Association (KHA), has announced they have selected ChartSpan as their exclusive Chronic Care Management partner. KHSC partners with organizations to offer a variety of beneficial resources that help support Kansas Hospital Association’s member hospitals.

ChartSpan is the largest managed service provider of Chronic Care Management (CCM) programs in the U.S. The company offers healthcare providers an end-to-end program, allowing them to see higher levels of patient engagement and better patient outcomes. In addition, practices offering a CCM program to their patients receive a per patient, per month revenue stream through CMS reimbursements. In 2022, Medicare recently increased Chronic Care Management(CCM) reimbursements by up to 50%, showing their dedication to the program’s success.

“Immediately it was clear that the KHSC team was a world-class operation. We instantly clicked and are thrilled to be able to formally announce this partnership,” said ChartSpan’s Chief Strategy Officer, Shane Grivich.

“KHSC is excited to see how the team from ChartSpan can help our member hospitals either implement or improve upon a Chronic Care Management program. A CCM program is a win-win for hospitals and their patients,” said Steve Poage, CEO of KHSC.

About Kansas Health Services Corporation

The Kansas Health Services Corporation was founded in November 1984 for the purpose of providing needed products and services to Kansas Hospital Association member hospitals. KHSC’s primary objective is to partner with organizations that can provide quality products and services to Kansas health care institutions at a reasonable price. KHSC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of KHA.

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