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Dr. Survey: What’s stopping Chronic Care Management and other programs

Overview: In 2015, Medicare launched Chronic Care Management (CCM), a program incentivizing practices to follow up with chronic condition patients outside the office between visits. Other programs followed to improve health, like Behavioral Health Integration (BHI), which focuses on follow-up between visits for patients with mental conditions. These programs provide a significant financial incentives to […]

What’s My Reimbursement and Profits for CCM?

A chronic care management (CCM) or behavioral health integration (BHI) program has great potential benefits for patients, but requires considerable investment of resources and administration across a large number of staff. These hurdles have contributed to the 2-3% adoption rate of CCM in the 1st two years of the program*. On the BHI side, a […]

Interview with care coach LeAnna R., RN

  Care Coaches are the key to Medicare’s Chronic Care Management (CCM) and Behavioral Health Integration programs, providing the non-face-to-face follow-ups and coaching to manage chronic/mental conditions when they matter, between regular office visits.  At CircleLink, we use 100% RNs with over 10 years of experience and focus on providing a best-in-class experience to these […]

CircleLink Partners with Fresco Capital and New Investors for Next Phase of Growth

We are pleased to announce that CircleLink recently raised a $2.5M equity financing led by Fresco Capital with participation from Vivek Garipalli. This capital will help expand product lines and sales channels, to further our mission of improving chronic condition outcomes and reducing healthcare costs. Existing partners joining the recent round were Newark Venture Partners, […]

Chronic Care Management (CCM) Reduces Hospitalization According to Healthcare Executives

The United States is notorious for poor health outcomes (among lowest in western world) despite the highest per capita health spending globally.  One large area for improvement is chronic condition care which comprise 86% of healthcare spending, and a significant portion is preventable, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Medicare’s new Chronic Care Management (CCM) program answers the […]