Supporting Iowa Rural Provider Capacity Through Community Care Coordination Teams
Shared community-based teams are a growing trend among states seeking to build provider capacity, especially for small and rural practices. This brief explores Iowa’s path to piloting shared community-based teams, from conception and planning to launch, and offers a framework for policy action for states and other organizations considering leading similar efforts. Iowa was one of six states selected to participate in NASHP’s 15-month Medicaid-Safety Net Learning Collaborative, supported by a cooperative agreement with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
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