Follow the Money:
Medicare’s New Gold Mine is Chronic Care Management

Read the Chronic Care Management (CCM) data that everyone has been trying to get their hands on. ChartSpan analyzed retrospective claims data on the patient level, proving the financial success of CCM. Enter your information to download the white paper.


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Adding prevention in the sick-care journey is hard, but the right partner can help make CCM profitable & successful

If we really want to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs, prevention needs to be inserted into the patient care journey, versus treating it as a separate initiative. Medicare may provide the formal plan for CCM, but finding the time to execute it (and be profitable) requires significant time and resources that practices cannot easily meet.


Higher patient savings than the industry average


Reduction in annual costs for Medicare, taxpayers, and patients


Increase in readmissions for non-CCM patients

The Proof of Savings

If you've been following us for a while, you're familiar with the benefits of Medicare's Chronic Care Management (CCM) program. Patient benefits including a 24/7 nurse line, adherence to care goals, and assistance with things like refills top the list. Likewise, practices and providers are able to drive a new stream of revenue while offering their patients an extra level of care. You've also heard claims of savings. But where's the proof there? Get your copy of the white paper to read all the data.

By adopting a successful Chronic Care Management program, practices are
utilizing a dual-stream revenue approach -- fee for service plus shared savings.

Don't miss your chance to read this white paper

Get your copy of the data everyone has been trying to get their hands on. ChartSpan is the first CCM company to invest in analyzing retrospective claims data on the patient level - proving the success of CCM across several channels.