New Mexico Rural Hospital Network Partners with Largest Chronic Care Management Provider, ChartSpan

October 3, 2019 /

NM Rural Hospital Network

(Greenville, South Carolina) – October 3, 2019 – New Mexico Rural Hospital Network (NMRHN), a statewide organization among independent, rural, nonprofit hospitals in New Mexico, has announced they have selected ChartSpan as their exclusive Chronic Care Management partner.

ChartSpan is the largest healthcare managed service provider of chronic care management (CCM) programs in the U.S. The company offers healthcare providers a turn-key service for chronic care management, allowing both patients and providers to see higher levels of engagement, better adherence to prescribed care paths, and better patient outcomes. In addition, practices utilizing ChartSpan’s CCM services receive a monthly, per patient revenue stream through CMS reimbursements.

“We are thrilled to add NMRHN as a valued partner in New Mexico,” said ChartSpan CEO, Jon-Michial Carter. “We know that our services can truly make a difference for RHCs and are looking forward to helping practices throughout New Mexico.”

“I’m excited to have ChartSpan as our newest NMRHN business partner,” commented Stephen Stoddard, Executive director of NMRHN. “Their CCM services have done an excellent job for Roosevelt General Hospital, which started with about 20 patients in a manual CCM program and has grown to about 325 enrolled patients after only a few months of partnering with ChartSpan. They are a great source of additional revenue for RHCs and come highly recommended.”

About New Mexico Rural Hospital Network

Established in 2011, NMRHN is comprised of ten rural, independent, non-profit hospitals in the state of New Mexico. Through the network, member hospitals are able to foster mutually beneficial relationships through peer networking and education as well as benefiting from group purchasing discounts, business partnerships and other network advantages.

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