Care Management at Community Health
We’re the missing piece to help you effectively manage your medications, provider visits, and transitions from one healthcare facility to another.
DO YOU NEED HELP WITH
- Chronic health conditions
- Medication management
- Diabetes self-care
- Food insecurity
- Elder care
- Behavioral Health
- Substance abuse
- Pediatric Support
- Newborn Care
WE ARE HERE TO HELP
New medications, coordinating with hospitals and specialists, being discharged from or admitted to the hospital or receiving a new diagnosis can all be difficult to manage.
Care Managers provide support for your unique needs and help you develop your own wellness plan as your health care needs may change.
At Community Health, Care Managers are experienced health care professionals who are also members of our community. They serve as your advocate and provide you with a clear picture of your physical and behavioral health needs.
OUR SUPPORT INCLUDES
- An individualized care plan
- One-on-one communication with a Care Manager
- Follow-up phone calls
- Experts on community resources
- Coordination with social services
- Family Services
CARE MANAGEMENT CAN MAKE YOU HEALTHIER
- Teaching you about self-care
- Educating you about ways to have fewer emergency room visits
- Assisting you in organizing appointments so you won’t miss preventative or primary care visits
- Improving your understanding of medications and treatments
Patients with chronic conditions need attention and care from multiple providers including specialists. We’ll link them together to ensure they receive coordinated, integrated care.
Ask about these Care Management programs at Community Health.
- Chronic Care Management (CCM) for qualified Medicare and Medicaid patients who opt into the program.
- Shared Care Planning through Vermont’s OneCare Accountable Care Organization (ACO).
Your health care team will let you know if Care Management is right for you or your loved one.