Our health clinics at the Lake of the Ozarks aim to LEAD the way to healthier communities. Part of that means offering services this community can benefit from. Central Ozarks Medical Center offers so many services that there may be a few you didn't realize we offer. Keep reading this week's blog to learn about a few services that may surprise you. If you have any questions, please give us a call.
A Few Services You May Not Have Known COMC Provides
Chronic Care Management (CCM)
CCM is a care management initiative designed to support COMC patients with Medicare. Many of the diagnosis above apply to this program as well and allow patients the opportunity to access 20 minutes a month or more with a nurse or care team member participating on their care plan. At COMC, our goal is to make sure each of our patients has the right help to ensure the best health outcomes possible.
Primary Care Health Home (PCHH)
A Medicaid-funded initiative to provide comprehensive case management to patients struggling with chronic health conditions. COMC Nurse Care Managers at each of our locations provide clinical care management that can help with managing chronic conditions between provider appointments. The COMC PCHH team includes the provider, nurses, nurse care manager, care coordinator, and you, the patient.
- Tobacco use
- Developmental Disabilities
If you qualify for PCHH, your Medicaid or Managed care will cover the cost of the program.
Community Health Workers
COMC Community Health Workers (CHW’s) are part of the Population Health Team and provide insurance assistance to patients by determining eligibility for Medicaid, CHIP, and other insurance types. In addition, CHW’s work with patients affected by other social determinants of health besides insurance, to include food insecurity, transportation, medication cost and so much more.
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Did you know that we also offered those services? If you are needing to schedule an appointment with one of our health care providers at the Lake of the Ozarks, please call us today. You will find all the appropriate phone numbers on our website at www.CentralOzarks.org. You can also stay up to date on the services we offer, jobs we are hiring for, and health tips we offer, by following us on our social media channels listed below.
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