For many provider organizations, offering comprehensive services for patients with chronic conditions can feel like an endless journey. Because of the complexity of chronic diseases, providers often struggle to find scalable management approaches that improve outcomes and reduce avoidable utilization. Our survey of chronic disease management programs identified common design flaws that result in ineffective patient care:
- Narrowly focusing on short-term goals
- Overly segmenting services into disease-specific models
- Indiscriminately offering access to high-cost services
Learn how to avoid these common pitfalls that lead to poor patient outcomes and elevated costs. Use this infographic to share these key principles across your organization.