TruBridge Signs First Two Clients to New Chronic Care Management Service
Newly Acquired Patient Engagement Platform Will Help Proactively Manage the Health of Chronically Ill Patients
The TruBridge CCM service will help clients and their providers set up and roll out a care management program. In addition, the TruBridge CCM Service will enroll patients in the program, and TruBridge-staffed care coordinators will actively engage with those patients through two-way messaging via a mobile app regarding their care plan.
“Engaging with patients outside the four walls of our clinic is key to helping improve their health,” said
The day-to-day demands that providers experience are only increasing. The TruBridge CCM Service enables providers to be more efficient in providing care at the clinic while collaborating with TruBridge for those patients in the community that need oversight of their chronic care illness. The TruBridge CCM Service also streamlines the billing of the CCM program oversight and health data collection and analysis to ensure providers are also compensated for their efforts.
“Partnering with TruBridge to extend our ability to provide chronic care services and drive new revenue is a win-win for everyone,” said
“We are eager to build on our partnership with
The TruBridge CCM Service is expected to be widely available to hospitals of all sizes and their affiliated clinics later this year.
TruBridge, a member of the CPSI family of companies, provides business, consulting, and managed IT services along with an end to end Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solution. With an arsenal of RCM offerings ranging from an HFMA Peer Reviewed® product to complete outsourcing, TruBridge helps hospitals, physician clinics, and skilled nursing organizations become more efficient at serving their communities. For further information visit www.trubridge.com.
Information in this release may involve plans, intentions, expectations, strategies, outlooks, beliefs or other statements regarding the future that are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the “safe harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements, such as statements regarding the availability and success of the TruBridge CCM Service, are based upon management's present plans, intentions, hopes or strategies regarding the future and involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events or developments to be materially different from those indicated in such forward-looking statements. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, challenges TruBridge may face in successfully wrapping the CCM Service around the
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