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.
This blog post by David Labby, MD, PhD, health strategy advisor at Health Share of Oregon, outlines how the COVID-19 response presents key opportunities for health systems to build new relationships and approaches needed for a recovery-oriented approach to complex care.
Medicare Advantage Plans have a Unique Opportunity to Provide Needed Non-Medical, Health-Related Services During COVID-19
This blog post highlights opportunities for MA plans to provide non-medical supplemental benefits during COVID-19 — including in-home supports, meal and grocery deliveries, home modifications, and transitional supports — to help Medicare beneficiaries shelter at home.
Assessing The Capacity Of Local Social Services Agencies To Respond To Referrals From Health Care Providers
Embedding Social Workers In Veterans Health Administration Primary Care Teams Reduces Emergency Department Visits
In this blog post, Melanie Bella, MBA, chief of new business and policy at Cityblock Health and former director of the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, explores implications of the current moment to influence the future landscape for integrating Medicare and Medicaid services.
Integrating Health And Human Services In California’s Whole Person Care Medicaid 1115 Waiver Demonstration