Chronic Care Statistics

Did you Know?



  • Half of all adult Americans have a chronic condition – 117 million people
  • One in four Americans have 2+ chronic conditions
  • 7 of the top 10 causes of death in 2014 were from chronic diseases
  • People with chronic conditions account for 86% of national healthcare spending
  • Racial and ethnic minorities receive poorer care than whites on 40% of quality measures, including chronic care coordination and patient-centered care

Sources: CMS, CDC, Kaiser Family Foundation, AHRQ

The CCM Platform


With over 20 years experience in the healthcare industry, I have devised a business model that will help Nurses, MA’s, CNA’s and Entrepreneurs exploit the Medicare Chronic Care Management (CCM) program. What better way to make a living, then to work for yourself in an area that will helps millions to a better life?

The Platform

The platform was designed so that Primary Care Physicians (PCP) of any sizes can be profitable with the CCM program immediately. It was designed to meet the following goals:

  • Minimize the learning curve for each practice
  • Scalable from 100 patients to 100000 patients
  • Seamlessly integrate contract employees with internal employees
  • Non-disruptive to the practice workflow

The Community

An important part of the platform is having a community of stakeholders coming together as one; we will be the benchmark of CCM. Our Online Forum will allow stakeholders to share knowledge and experience to evolve the Platform.

Corporate Structure

Unlike typical corporations the profits and overhead is dispersed to the stakeholders. Each CCM Business Unit has three primary stakeholders: Entrepreneurs, Care Managers and buiBase. This innovative structure removes financial wastes and puts the power and profit into the hands of our Entrepreneurs and Care Managers.

Learn More About CCM

You can start with these links from Medicare:

-Dan Bui

Tips for Entrepreneurs

Don’t fall into the trap of trying to be an expert at everything. As entrepreneurs, your expertise is entrepreneurship. If anyone can be successful in businesses we wouldn’t have employees left. Your job as an entrepreneur is to put together the resources to run a successful business. The resources can be human or services from a third party. Of course, in the beginning you have to cut corners because you can not afford all the resources you need. Hence, it is your expertise to be able to pull this off successfully. Knowing when it’s time to let go is critical for the growth or your business; that time is ASAP. The sooner you can let the experts take over, the quicker your success rate. Isn’t that the point of having your own business anyway?

Why we love Office 365

When we first started our business, office 365 was not around. We purchased our own server, hosted our own emails, hosted our own database tracking system. Then 5 years later we purchased another server because the old server was out dated. We spent $20K on these servers over the course of 10 years. Now we pay roughly $200/month for 10 employees. We get more and it’s hassle free. Look at some of the stuff we use on a regular basis:

  • Outlook (email and calendar)
  • Online Office (take your office products anywhere)
  • Spam Guard
  • Teams (similar to skype but for your staff to communicate)
  • Intranet (SharePoint)
  • One Drive (cloud drive)
  • One Drive for Business (shared cloud drive)

I can’t imagine running a business without these tools. I especially like TEAMS; I see all my employees in one spot. Who is working? Who is not? Quick messages anytime. Video chat with single click. Video conferencing with employees instantly. How can you not love this?

What is a CRM?

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