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Community Pharmacist Integration into an Advanced Alternative Payment Model through Delivery of Chronic Care Management Services
Principal Investigator Aaron Garst, PharmD
Project Title Community Pharmacist Integration into an Advanced Alternative Payment Model through Delivery of Chronic Care Management Services
Grants Awarded Number 186
Status In Study
Organization Tennessee Pharmacists Association
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Grant Category Pharmacy Management & Ownership
Keyword Collaborative Practice, Billing
Grant Docs Press Release
Objectives The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid created Chronic Care Management Services to incentivize and fund non-face-to-face care coordination for Medicare beneficiaries with multiple chronic conditions. Chronic Care Management is defined as at least 20 minutes per month of clinical staff time that involves managing a patients care and is directed by a physician or other qualified healthcare professional. CMS provided an exception to incident-to billing requirements, permitting general supervision instead of direct supervision, which allows a community pharmacist to provide CCM services in a community pharmacy not located in a physicians office. The objectives for this program are to provide community pharmacies with a new revenue stream based on CCM services, integrate community pharmacists into care teams located within advanced alternative payment models, and increase the number of community pharmacists in collaborative practice agreements. The overarching goal of this program is to demonstrate that community pharmacists are indispensable to the care team and vital to successfully meet quality measures.
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