Now is the time to refocus on orchestrated prevention services, particularly for Medicare patients, and determine how to use technology to assist in the effort.

Many health systems and medical groups tried to coordinate Medicare preventive services when the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services first rolled out the programs in 2011, but the ensuing roadblocks proved to be too daunting—patients didn’t understand the services, and providers didn’t know how to deliver the services productively while also meeting the daunting compliance, documentation and patient eligibility requirements.

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