Chronic Care Management (CCM): CCM is a program that provides Medicare beneficiaries with multiple chronic conditions access to coordinated care management services. These services may include regular check-ins with a care team, medication management, and care coordination across different healthcare providers.
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM): RPM is a program that allows healthcare providers to monitor and track a patient’s health remotely through technology. This can include monitoring vital signs, medication adherence, and other health metrics, which can help providers intervene early and prevent hospitalizations.
Principal Care Management (PCM): PCM is a program that provides personalized care management services to beneficiaries with a single high-risk chronic condition. This program helps beneficiaries receive coordinated care management services to manage their condition and improve their health outcomes.
Transitional Care Management (TCM): TCM is a program that provides care management services to beneficiaries who are transitioning from a hospital or other healthcare setting back to their homes. This program helps ensure that beneficiaries receive appropriate follow-up care and support to prevent readmissions.
Behavioral Health Integration (BHI): BHI is a program that provides care management services to beneficiaries with behavioral health conditions, such as depression or anxiety. This program helps ensure that beneficiaries receive appropriate treatment and support to manage their condition and improve their overall health.