Support for those that need it most
Chronic Care Management is a new program offered by Medicare to help those patients with two or more chronic conditions better manage their health. Upon enrolling in the program, you will be matched with a dedicated CareHarmony care coordinator. Under the guidance of your physician, your care coordinator will carefully monitor your health and provide personalized care for your chronic health conditions.
Your CareHarmony care team can help you by:
- Creating a personalized care pathway that plans for your ongoing care and lists what needs to be done to improve your health and wellness.
- Coordinating with your entire care team, including giving your family members and caregivers the support they need to better care for you
- Being there for you around the clock (24/7/365) to answer questions even when your doctor’s office is closed
- Scheduling appointments and sharing medical records with your entire care team (primary care, specialists, hospital, therapy, etc.)
- Assisting you with medication management
- Much, much more.
Find answers to lingering questions
Find yourself having questions after you leave the doctor’s office? Your care coordinator can find you answers and provide you the information you need to make informed decisions about your health. You can interact with your care coordinator on your terms, using the methods you prefer—phone, text, or email. Care coordinators are available to assist you 24/7 to ensure that you have the support you deserve at any time of day.
Get your entire care team on the same page
Managing chronic conditions is a team effort. Your care coordinator will help make the lives of your family or caregiver easier by answering questions, doing administrative work that they would otherwise have to do, and providing support and guidance to ensure that you are receiving the best care possible.
Our goal is to keep everyone you who cares for you on the same page. Our care coordinators make sure that your doctors are consistently communicating with each other and all your medical records are shared between your doctors. For you this means fewer redundant medications, less having to reanswer the same questions, and overall better care – helping you achieve the best health possible.