Coding chronic care the right way December 25, 2016 By Renee Dowling How is “general” supervision different than “direct” supervision for chronic care management services? New generation of seniors pushes Congress to review chronic care September 25, 2016 By John Frank Congress is considering chronic care legislation, but don’t expect final action on any proposals until next year when a new Congress and a new president take office, Capitol Hill watchers agree. How to capturing chronic care revenue with an IT infrastructure May 10, 2016 By David Raths When Curtis Story, MD, a solo primary care physician in Port Charlotte, Florida, first heard that Medicare would begin paying physicians for offering patients chronic care management (CCM), he was optimistic that the additional revenue would bolster his practice for work it was already doing. But more than a year later, he has yet to bill for CCM. Ten ways to boost medication adherence April 12, 2016 By Tracey Walker Here are 10 solutions that come together to provide a multifaceted approach to medication adherence. How one healthcare system is applying precision medicine February 16, 2016 By Nazneen Aziz PhD One of the biggest current areas of research is precision medicine, which will transform patient care for generations to come. Here's how one hospital is applying it. Four data analytics initiatives to implement now January 07, 2016 By Rob Graybill Innovation will be necessary to compete for consumers in the new market environment. Using data effectively can help plans stand out. Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2016 December 25, 2015 Read about the ten challenges Medical Economics believes will be important to physicians in the upcoming year. Premium Content Preview | The case for outsourcing chronic care management November 16, 2015 By CareCloud In the year since the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) approved payments to support chronic care management (CCM), practices across the U.S. have been evaluating their options. Premium Content Preview | New options in chronic care managment November 16, 2015 By Hello Health According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 130 million Americans suffer from a chronic illness - Now, Medicare patients with two or more chronic conditions have new care options that are billable under the new CPT code Sedentary behavior linked to diabetes September 30, 2015 By Tracey Walker Further research may determine whether changing sedentary behavior will reduce long-term outcomes.