Chronic Disease Management

The chronic disease management market encompasses consumers with chronic, complex conditions such as chronic kidney disease, diabetes, and heart disease. The challenges faced in this market are often compounded by the need for social services and supports. For provider organizations and health systems managing consumers with chronic conditions, a significant challenge that remains is addressing the rising cost of care for this population. As a result, payers are focusing on reducing the spend by increasing integrated models of care coordination across medical, behavioral, pharmacy, and social support systems. These new market forces are creating strategic opportunities for provider organizations that are serving this population.

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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is preparing to award contracts with an aggregate value of up to $1 billion for remote monitoring and home telehealth (RPM-HT) services and supplies. The request for proposals (RFP 36C79121R0008) was released on September 9, 2021, and proposals are due by October 25, 2021. The VA intends to award up to four indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts. The contract value range is projected at $100,000 to $1.032 billion. The performance period has a two-year base period followed by six one-year option periods. The awarded contractors are required to . . .
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