What We Do
At ChartSpan, we are passionate about improving the health of patients.
ChartSpan is the largest chronic care management (CCM) service provider in the U.S. We provide a comprehensive set of care services for more than 75,000 Medicare beneficiaries today.
By providing access to care services specifically designed for chronically ill patients, our team of seasoned clinical experts are able to help patients live fuller and healthier lives while also reducing their medical costs.
We aspire to deliver innovative and life-changing healthcare technology and services to consumers and patients.
We strive to deliver amazing solutions that help providers engage more proactively in the care of their patients to optimize patient and practice outcomes.
We partner with some of the world’s most respected healthcare researchers and companies to use anonymous and/or de-identified data to improve healthcare conditions and save lives.
Our solutions are based on the belief that proactive patient engagement is the key to achieving better outcomes. However, asking overburdened physicians and their staffs to implement a care management and coordination program is impractical. That’s why ChartSpan solutions relieve the workload while delivering valuable support, increased revenues and better patient outcomes.
Greater access to clinical experts 24x7
Fewer out-of-pocket care expenses
Easier coordination across care providers
Peace of mind that experts are there to help
Caring team there to help you achieve care goals
Why We're So Passionate
An alarming 75% of Americans over the age of 65 live with multiple chronic conditions that require ongoing medical attention and often impact their ability to live healthy, happy lives.
As our healthcare system attempts to move from sick-care to preventative-care, only 15% of Medicare patients actually participate in an annual wellness visit (AWV). Costly complications can emerge if not identified early on.
Why has this become such a challenge for our population and our health systems? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
Rapidly growing population of baby boomers
Increasing life expectancy associated with advances in public health and medicine
High prevalence of risk factors, such as tobacco use and physical inactivity
Not only do chronic conditions increase the risk of premature death, they can also decrease quality of life and day-to-day functioning. Plus, it’s expensive – among Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries, people with multiple chronic conditions account for 93% of total Medicare spending. People with multiple chronic conditions face substantial out-of-pocket costs for their care, including prescription drugs.
At ChartSpan, our services give patients access to around-the-clock care and live healthier lives while helping providers engage more proactively and thoroughly with their patients.