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Telehealth in Chronic Care Management

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    Key Takeaways

    • Telehealth can be used to educate patients with chronic conditions, develop and share care plans, monitor symptoms, and manage medications—all in the pursuit of better care outcomes at lower costs.
    • Many patients lack frequent access to in-person care, and the number of Americans affected by chronic conditions grows each year. Failure to properly manage chronic conditions leads to worse health outcomes and costly care.
    • Reimbursement for remote chronic care management (CCM) varies between payers, but both private and public payers have expanded coverage for chronic care management in recent years.

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