Experienced Medical Team With years of experience, our family doctors will assess you and create a custom recovery plan that's right for you. We offer broad array of services geared to address today’s most common illnesses and injuries. Compassionate Healthcare Our experienced medical team put your healing needs first. We are proud to provide a high level of quality care to all our patients. Our goal is to make you feel better as quickly as possible. A Personal Approach We know there is no such thing as one-size-fits-all cure, so we never use a one-size-fits-all approach to your diagnosis. We provide evidence-based medicine with a goal of improving your overall health.
We Accept Most Insurance
Primary Insurance Plans
○ Medicare ○ Aetna ○ BlueCross / BlueShield of AZ ○ United Healthcare
DOL / OWCP / Workers Compensation Plans
○ EEOICPA ○ FECA ○ Black Lung ○ Long Shore Harbor
○ Banner University ○ Care 1st ○ Health Choice ○ Magellan
Comprehensive Medical & Dental Program (CMDP)
The Comprehensive Medical and Dental Program (CMDP), within the Department of Child Safety (DCS), is a Medicaid managed acute health care program serving children and youth in foster care in the state of Arizona.
Out of Network
○ Cigna ○ Tricare
We Cannot Take
○ Humana ○ AHCCCS – Mercy Care Care Plans ○ AHCCCS – United Healthcare Care Plans ○ AHCCCS – Arizona Complete Care Plans
Solving Complex Health Needs With CCM + RPM
Chronic Care Management
Chronic Care Management is a U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) program for individuals with multiple chronic diseases. CCM focuses on behavior change coaching for Medicare patients with two or more chronic conditions. Approximately 80% of older adults have at least one chronic disease, and 77% have at least two or more. Offering CCM enables healthcare providers to sustain and grow their practice and most importantly, improve patient health.
Chronic conditions affect 117 million people with 1 in 4 Americans having 2 or more chronic conditions. Safety-net providers see many patients with chronic conditions for their routine and specialized needs relating to their chronic conditions. Did you know a staggering 99% of all Medicare spending is on patients with chronic conditions?¹ This is a major reason the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) are offering additional reimbursement opportunities for Chronic Care Management.
We believe that the use of digital technologies that provide either one-way or two-way data between MIPS eligible clinicians and patients is valuable, including for the purposes of promoting patient self-management, enabling remote monitoring, and detecting early indicators of treatment failure. – CMS
CCM is a Medicare reimbursement program for beneficiaries with multiple chronic conditions. Eligible beneficiaries include patients with 2 or more chronic conditions expected to last at least 12 months. The Community Health Center (CHC) payment code is G0511 for a monthly $67 reimbursement, per patient, when 20 minutes of clinical staff time is spent on non-face-to-face care coordination.
Note that this non-face-to-face time can be provided by clinical staff members, including external care managers. “Incident to” the services of the supervising (billing) practitioner, general supervision, can also be included.
This is a great opportunity for safety-net providers and their patients but there are barriers to entry if a CCM program isn’t already in place. You must ensure proper documentation, tracking time, define internal CCM program workflows with your staff, and ensure all this information is audit-ready.
Remote Patient Monitoring
Remote Patient Monitoring enables the monitoring of patients outside of conventional clinical settings through the assistance of technology. This increases a patient’s access to health care, while decreasing delivery costs. RPM allows patients to use connected medical devices to perform routine tests and send the data to health care professionals.
Chronic care management and remote patient monitoring work together to improve patient health care. RPM allows caregivers to pay close attention to CCM patients health data to provide proactive care rather than reactive care. CCM and RPM work together to extend quality care and build closer relationships with patients. Incorporating RPM in chronic care management can significantly improve an individual’s quality of life. CCM and RPM can be billed in the same month because CMS recognizes the two services are complementary.