Effect of a Comprehensive Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Intervention in Persons With Serious Mental Illness: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Evaluation of a National Care Coordination Program to Reduce Utilization Among High-Cost, High-Need Medicaid Beneficiaries with Diabetes
Improving Care for High-Need, High-Cost Patients: The View from a Community Health Worker and a Social Worker
In this blog post, a community health worker and social worker from CareMore Health share their perspective on the importance of their roles in lowering costs and improving outcomes for high-need patients.
The Effects of an Enhanced Primary Care Model for Patients with Serious Mental Illness on Emergency Department Utilization
This blog post highlights opportunities for providers to implement medications for addiction treatment programs during COVID-19.
This blog post describes how two health plans — Anthem, Inc. and Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield —organizations introduced a palliative care measure into their hospital value-based payment programs, which has led to significant improvements in access to palliative care for their seriously ill members.
Identifying Patients with Increased Risk of Severe Covid-19 Complications: Building an Actionable Rules-Based Model for Care Teams
Integrated Care Models and Behavioral Health Care Utilization: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Medicaid Health Homes
In this blog post, Cambridge Health Alliance, a public ambulatory care and hospital system in the Boston area, details their proactive approach to initiating goals of care conversations with high-risk patients in their respiratory clinic.