Chronic Care Management and Annual Wellness Visit Services Help Proactively Improve the Health of Eligible Medicare Patients
The EHR-agnostic Care Management Program offers healthcare organizations a local team of dedicated
According to a 2018 study published in the journal, Health Affairs, only 20% of all eligible Medicare patients receive a wellness visit, and more than 50% of primary care practices offer no annual wellness visits to their Medicare beneficiaries.
“Tyrone Regional Health Network’s mission is to provide quality healthcare to the people of
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