Access to Care and Chronic Care Management
Ideally, chronic disease management occurs in a practice care setting, where providers can closely monitor their patients and provide preventive care as needed. However, a patient’s ability to access care depends heavily on a range of socio-economic factors known as the social determinants of health.

The importance of access to care is impossible to overstate. Chronic Care Management (CCM) programs provide lasting coverage to patients who have two or more chronic conditions, enabling them to maintain a strong relationship with their care team and improving their health outcomes. 

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