Sponsored by: Altruis
As the Baby Boomer generation ages, it is projected that they will impact the number of those 65 and older up to 75 percent. Meanwhile, the safety net intended to catch all of these people who will need care is beginning to fray—especially within rural and urban clinics who are already feeling the pressure from their current patient count. According to 2017 research from the Association of American Medical Colleges, the United States is projected to face a shortage of between 40,800 and 104,900 physicians by 2030. Because of this, improving the access to care is essential.
In this Infographic, we’ll show you a way to improve long-term health outcomes and help your financial outlook without adding staff. Altruis’ Chronic Care Management program is not the same as the typical complex facility-based solution. This program is designed to improve patient care, reign in chronic care costs, and gain experience and proficiency with population management and value-based reimbursement. See what this much-needed service can add to your clinic—for both your patients and your margins.
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