We offer a comprehensive suite of services and activities that help patients with chronic or complex conditions in managing their health. Care management’s overarching goal is to improve patient health. According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Americans living with chronic physical and mental health conditions account for 90% of the $3.3 trillion the U.S. spends each year on health care.
Some elements of a care management plan include:
A collaborative team is a group of individuals who share common beliefs and work towards common goals. Our team members from physical care and behavioral care spend time discussing what they hope to accomplish as a group and set individual goals for achieving "Whole Person Care.”
Provider members also encourage each other to interact and take part in healthcare problem solving and decision-making activities. They make decisions by consensus, criticize ideas, and poll each other for the understanding of issues.
Working Towards a Bigger Goal
When you choose us, you join a community. We work not just with you but with other members of our group to build a network of people, working together for a healthier world. Our team focuses on collaborating on health disparities, issues that affect the marginalized and underserved communities with a key focus on rural areas.