This infographic covers the benefits of Medicare’s Chronic Care Management for RHCs and FQHCs, including new billing codes, potential impact to revenue, and general areas of value to healthcare providers interested in value-based care.
In 2018, changes to the way Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) bill for Medicare's Chronic Care Management (CCM) services, less burdensome reporting requirements, and the new G0511 General Care Management code are making it easier than ever for RHCs and FQHCs to implement CCM services and offer quality between-visit care coordination services to their patients.
In this new RHC and FQHC CCM Infographic from CareSync, we highlight the service elements associated with Medicare's Chronic Care Management program, as well as how much reimbursement RHCs and FQHCs experience with the new G0511 code in place. We also highlight data from a recently published study from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services which shows the way CCM is having a positive impact on practice revenue while saving patients money and reducing overall healthcare costs.
Please share the new RHC and FQHC CCM Infographic with your colleagues. And be sure to let CareSync know if you have any questions about CCM or would like to discuss implementing CCM and other care coordination services in your RHC or FQHC practice with our help (contact us here!).
We have also created a new RHC and FQHC CCM White Paper that we are offering as a free download to detail CCM billing, payments, and requirements for RHCs and FQHCs and to help you make decisions about using third party support to effectively deliver CCM to patients. You can request your free copy of the RHC and FQHC CCM White Paper here.