Search results for: The Power of Integrated Care

  • State Health Policy Blog

    More than 10 million adults in the United States have serious mental illness (SMI) and 26 percent are covered by Medicaid. Today, states are investing in and creating new care delivery models to support these individuals, including behavioral health homes, and are employing a new health care workforce – peer navigators – to support these […]

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    April 24, 2018 | Filed under: Blog Posts, Front Page, State Health Policy Blog
  • The ACA increases states’ already significant purchasing power and provides new tools for delivery system improvements, thereby increasing states’ ability to purchase with an eye toward quality and efficiency. *Milestone details: *Full name: Use federal funding opportunities and the state’s purchasing power in Medicaid, CHIP, public employee insurance plans, and the exchange to promote quality […]

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    June 15, 2016 | Filed under: Alaska, Georgia, Mississippi
  • Oregon’s regional Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) include dental care alongside physical and behavioral health in delivering whole-person care. Although early in the implementation process, Oregon’s delivery system reform may provide a model for states interested in more closely coordinating medical and dental care services to increase quality of care and drive down costs. State Action: […]

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    April 30, 2015 | Filed under:
  • Imagine a world in which doctors in different offices and specialties coordinate to make sure that no patient’s need slips through the cracks; patients get the right care at the right time; providers have the right incentives, and are rewarded not just the volume of services they provide but for partnering with their peers to […]

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    July 25, 2013 | Filed under: State Refor(u)m
  • States around the country are seeking new approaches to achieving payment and delivery system reform, recognizing that the most powerful approaches will include multiple payers working together and will include new models of care delivery that better integrate providers and services and increase their accountability for defined populations. This webinar will examine how states can […]

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    December 13, 2012 | Filed under: Delivery System Reform
  • The ACA increases states’ already significant purchasing power and provides new tools for delivery system improvements, thereby increasing states’ ability to purchase with an eye toward quality and efficiency. *Milestone details: *Full name: Use federal funding opportunities and the state’s purchasing power in Medicaid, CHIP, public employee insurance plans, and the exchange to promote quality […]

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  • As providers conduct more screening and identify more children in need of follow-up services, the weakness of the U.S. child-serving systems and inadequacy of linkages among providers becomes increasingly apparent.* It is clear that more must be done to improve referrals and assure access to services essential as follow up to screening. Promising approaches for […]

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    February 26, 2009 | Filed under: Care Coordination
  • Commonwealth Care Alliance   The Power of Integrated Care: Implementing Health Homes in Medicaid February 15, 2011   View more presentations from NASHP HealthPolicy

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    February 23, 2011 | Filed under: Presenter
  • Columbia University, New York Presbyterian Hospital & Rand Corporation   The Power of Integrated Care: Implementing Health Homes in Medicaid February 15, 2011   View more presentations from NASHP HealthPolicy

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    February 23, 2011 | Filed under: Presenter
  • Cindy Mann, Deputy Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and Director of the Center for Medicaid, CHIP and Survey and Certification The Power of Integrated Care: Implementing Health Homes in Medicaid February 15, 2011     View more presentations from NASHP HealthPolicy   Presenting at the Maximizing Enrollment National Briefing Friday, December 10, 20010 […]

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    December 15, 2010 | Filed under: Presenter