Your Chronic Care Management Opportunity With InXite®

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We can help you implement and bill Chronic Care Management (CCM) at your practice with minimal time and effort from your staff. We act as a partner of your practice rather than a third-party vendor by working with you to integrate our program into your processes, as well as build relationships and trust with your patients. Our accredited team performs the monthly patient care coordination and handles the CMS billing. This means your patients receive personalized care between office visits and you get the information you need to improve their health outcomes and earn new, recurring value-based care revenue.

Today, approximately 117 million people – about half of all adults – suffer from one or more chronic health condition and one in four adults have two or more chronic health conditions, such as asthma, diabetes and congestive heart failure. Although these are some of the most common illnesses among the population today, they are becoming more and more manageable due to preventative measures taken by both physicians and healthcare entities as well as patients.

With the introduction of CPT code 99490 on January 1, 2015, CMS began reimbursing for chronic care management services for qualified Medicare beneficiaries with chronic health conditions that can become more controllable with guidance and close interactions with a dedicated care team. The reimbursement rate for providing these additional care management services is an average of $43 per member per month (PMPM). Many chronic care management programs offer features such as beneficiary medication reconciliation, patient-centered care plans, 24/7 access to care management services, and more. New codes are added and rules are updated each year.

How Your Practice Benefits From INXITE® CCM

Helps maximize your reimbursements for non-face-to-face visits

Simplifies care coordination, data interoperability, tracking, and reporting

Identifies and appropriately engages your eligible patients

Allows you to achieve quality standards

Ensures compliance with strict technology and services protocols

Reduces administrative workload of your team

Provide Patients With A Caring And Dedicated Coordinator

When your patients enroll in the InXite CCM program, they are assigned an accredited care coordinator that will act as their trusted partner throughout their healthcare journey. Our care coordinators help your patients:

Communicate questions and needs to doctors

Manage their medications

Create and achieve health-related goals

Find lower-cost prescription medications

Organize transportation to appointments

Connect with community services and resources

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Data-Driven Information Solution for Improved Outcomes

• Track and monitor an individual’s opioid lifecycle
• Reduce fraud and abuse by authenticating provider and patient identities
• Improve care coordination by sharing patient care plan with the care team
• Automatically notify providers of potential inappropriate prescriptions
• Inform providers of patient prescription history

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Data Driven Solution Components

Unified Shared Care Plan Management

INXITE® creates a unified care plan that’s shared by patients and care teams. It summarizes problems, diagnoses, and treatment plans, and acts as a shared blueprint for improving outcomes.

Suspicious Activity Reporting

Suspicious activities can be generated by InXite OS or manually submitted by concerned parties. All suspicious activities are uploaded into a database, reviewed, and vetted for appropriate follow-up.

Genetic Testing

InXite Health Systems partners with genetic testing labs to determine if a patient is susceptible to addiction.

Alerts and Notifications

Smart alerts notify individuals, care providers, and support organizations when defined events do or don’t occur.

Patient Navigation Services

Pharmacists serve as care coordinators who interact with patients using controlled substances. The care coordinators help engage patients in their health, keep them accountable, and connect them to community resources as needed.

Biometric Authentication

Patient facial biometric information is captured and stored as a faceprint in InXite OS. Integrated facial recognition software uses up to 80 facial nodal points to verify the patient’s identity.