Although senior living organizations are primarily oriented toward housing and hospitality, there are many reasons they provide a great platform for value-based care.
HealthPartners of Minnesota, one of seven health plans in Minnesota’s state administered Minnesota Senior Health Options program, was highlighted in a recent report its unique dedication to improving transportation quality and convenience for its members, and the benefits of state supported Fully Integrated Dual Eligible Special Needs Plan.
As ACOs and MCOs develop value-based strategies for managing a complex care population, they should get to know the organizations in their market that offer housing and services aimed at this population.
Describes a series of video modules for health system leaders and clinicians that aims to reinvigorate the idea of person-centered care for those with complex health, social, and functional needs.
Describes Summit Medical Group’s experience integrating palliative care services and offers advice for other ACOs that are struggling to expand palliative care services and looking for a path forward.
Caroline Morgan Berchuck, MD, describes a promising new complex care hospitalist model that aims to address this fragmentation and support people with complex needs in realizing better health outcomes.
Dr. Mark Prather, emergency physician and founder of Dispatch Health, shares how his organization provides on-demand home visits in 10 metropolitan areas and provided nearly visits to nearly 100,000 visits to patients last year.
From the Community
Rachelle Bernacki, MD, discusses developing, implementing, and scaling the Serious Illness Care Program at Ariadne Labs, including a few surprises and challenges from along the way.
What typically happens when a clinician meets a patient with complex care needs? Co-designing care is especially important when the care is for people with complex needs. Here are some tips for co-designing complex care management.
Nearly 12 million individuals are enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid. This “dually eligible” population face significant challenges in receiving well-coordinated care that is aligned with their needs.