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Learn how the chronic care management (CCM) payment program authorized by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) now makes it financially feasible for physicians to deliver care between office visits. Through CPT® Code 99490, physicians can be reimbursed for time invested outside of regular office visits, including phone or care coordination activities, to manage their Medicare patients with multiple chronic conditions. However, in order to participate in CMS’ CCM program, there are specific criteria that must be met.
Our webinar, Chronic Care Management under CPT Code 99490: How to Improve Patient Engagement and Increase Reimbursement, was delivered live on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 and gave keen insight into CMS’ program requirements and how to start receiving reimbursement for CCM. The presentation was led by Jeb Dunkelberger, Executive Director of Accountable Care Services and Corporate Partnerships, McKesson Business Performance Services (BPS).
- Industry trends and how chronic conditions are impacting Medicare spending
- About CMS' CCM program requirements and reimbursement incentives
- How to qualify and receive compensation for CCM services
- How to calculate your organization’s potential revenue from CCM reimbursements
- How to implement and maintain a successful chronic care management program
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About Jeb Dunkelberger
Jeb Dunkelberger is the Executive Director of Accountable Care Services and Corporate Partnerships for McKesson Business Performance Services. In this role, Jeb focuses on creating value-based care models for physicians, hospitals, and health systems, specifically in the form of ACOs, CINs, IPAs, and other risk-bearing models. Prior to this role, Jeb served as Director of Physician Engagement for Accountable Care Services, where he was responsible for physician recruitment, alignment and engagement as well as managerial oversight within multiple healthcare delivery models.
Prior to joining McKesson, Jeb was a Senior Consultant at Ernst & Young, where he concentrated in Healthcare Performance Improvement and was co-leader of the ACO services division. Jeb holds health degrees from Cornell, London School of Economics, and Virginia Tech and brings close to a decade of experience in the healthcare sector.
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