Care Management Patient Resources

Care Coordination to Help Manage Chronic Conditions

Why is Connected Care Important?

Between doctor visits, taking the right medications at the right times, and following advice from different health care professionals, managing chronic conditions like diabetes or arthritis can be overwhelming.

If you have Medicare, ask your doctor about chronic care management (CCM) services to get connected care, so you can spend less time managing your care and more time doing what you love.

Chronic care management services may include:

  • At least 20 minutes a month of CCM services
  • Personalized assistance from a dedicated health care professional who will work with you to create a care plan
  • Coordination of care between your pharmacy, specialists, testing centers, hospitals, and more
  • 24/7 emergency access to a health care professional
  • Expert assistance with setting and meeting your health goals


Resources for You

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"Connecting the Dots" Animated Video for Patients

Watch this animated video in English or Spanish to learn about the benefits of CCM services.


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Connected Care Postcard for Patients (PDF)

Download this postcard to learn the benefits of CCM.


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HRSA “Find a Health Center List”

HRSA Health Centers are in most cities and many rural areas to provide quality health services. Use this resource to find a Health Center near you.

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HHS Initiative on Multiple Chronic Conditions

Learn more about what chronic conditions are, why they are important, and how the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is addressing them.

Million Hearts

Million Hearts

Find information about heart disease and stroke risks.

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National Diabetes Education Program

The National Diabetes Education Program has resources to help you learn about diabetes and how to manage it.

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National Kidney Disease Education Program

The National Kidney Disease Education Program has resources to help you learn about kidney disease and how to manage it.

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04/07/2022 01:21 PM