Chronic Care


Helping patients reach their health goals

Individualized health care services

Chronic Care Management (CCM) involves non-face-to-face services provided to Medicare beneficiaries living with multiple (two or more) significant chronic conditions expected to last a year or longer, and who are at risk of death or functional decline.

The primary goal of the CCM program is to assist patients with:

- Assessing needed health services.
- Coordinating care.
- Enhancing self-management skills, health behaviors and compliance with a plan of care.
- Maintaining health and functioning.

Knoxville Hospital & Clinics has CCM patients with diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, arthritis, as well as other chronic conditions.

People interested in participating in this low-cost, high-value program can learn more by contacting their primary care provider. Patient enrollment and consent is required to participate.

chronic care management

For general information about the Chronic Care Management program, call 641-842-7211.

Learn more about the Chronic Care Program and Download the Patient Consent Form