Chronic care management (CCM) refers to the coordinated and ongoing care of individuals with chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis. CCM is focused on improving health outcomes and quality of life for patients with chronic conditions by providing comprehensive and personalized care.
CCM typically involves a team of healthcare professionals, including primary care physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and specialists, who work together to develop a personalized care plan for each patient. The care plan may include medication management, lifestyle changes, and regular monitoring of symptoms and health status.
In addition to providing medical care, CCM may also involve patient education and support, such as helping patients manage their condition, providing resources for self-care, and connecting patients with community resources and support groups.
CCM is an important aspect of healthcare, particularly as the prevalence of chronic conditions continues to rise. By providing ongoing and coordinated care, CCM can help improve health outcomes, reduce hospitalizations and emergency room visits, and improve the quality of life for individuals with chronic conditions.
Chronic Care Managers:
Amy Erling : 772-794-2222 ext: 405
Debbie Curry: 772-794-2222 ext: 410
Peyton Doornhaag: 772-794-2222 ext: 631
Ashlie Sanchez: 772-794-2222 ext: 430
Valerie Chavez: 772-794-2222 ext: 413
Ashley Stevens: 772-794-2222 ext: 406
Lisa Self: 772-794-2222 ext: 418
Miranda Romero: 772-794-2222 ext: 733
Renee Davis: 772-794-2222 ext: 633