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Do you know the scope of chronic conditions across the Medicare population?

Have you ever quantified the expense of chronic conditions?

Healthcare organizations of all sizes can benefit from a chronic care management (CCM) program.

  • Reduce healthcare costs
  • Increase Medicare reimbursements and care quality incentive bonuses
  • Improve patients’ health
  • Expand the reach of your care
  • Drive impactful clinical outcomes

CircleLink’s scalable and comprehensive chronic care management platform requires zero upfront cost or additional work from in-office staff.

Our Financial and Clinical Outcomes

  • >88% Reduction in ER visits, inpatient admissions, and 30-day unplanned readmissions for high utilizers
  • 31% Reduction in overall healthcare costs (p = 0.030)
  • 25% Increase in Gaps in Care closure vs. the national MIPS average
  • 99% Of patients satisfied with the quality of care from our registered nurses

Wondering how CCM could benefit your organization? Get in touch with us at


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