Determining The Return-On-Investment For Consumer Care Management In Health Homes: The Missouri Case Study
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July 26, 2016 — Free Executive Web Briefing Sponsored By Care Management Technologies
To date, 21 states plus the District of Columbia have gained approval for Medicaid state plan amendments to implement health home models. These models strive to provide individuals who have multiple chronic conditions with a person-centered approach to care that focuses on identifying and treating the individual’s entire spectrum of health care needs. Federal incentives reduce the financial burden of states to implement health homes, but costs still remain. To varying levels, states must invest in the expansion of new service lines, reform their accounting systems to adopt new risk-based payment models, purchase new health information technology, revise care management approaches, and build links to community providers.
Missouri was the first state to take advantage of enhanced federal funding for the adoption of health homes. Its state Medicaid agency, MO Healthnet, received approval of two Medicaid state plan amendments to allow for community mental health centers (CMHCs), federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs), and some primary care providers to become health homes in 2012. The care management team model Missouri utilizes has shown great success and has been a standard for other states opting into the Medicaid health home initiative.
An important tool for success used by Missouri’s care management teams is its advanced data analytics tool. Having access to the claims data and using that data to inform and track individualized care management goals is essential to health homes. Missouri health homes have drastically improved the quality of care received by individuals with serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and chronic conditions, while reducing costs.
Join Joe Parks, MD, Director of Mo HealthNet; Kim Yeagle, Integration Health Manager at Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare; and Brandon Danz, Senior Associate at OPEN MINDS for this exciting case study web briefing on July 26 at 2:00pm ET to hear an overview of the currently health home landscape and the investments required by states, associations, and health homes to achieve a positive return-on-investment (ROI). Our faculty will also explore how the Missouri CMHC health home model was able save Missouri over $31 million in the first 12 months of its program!
During this 90-minute event, attendees will:
Hear an update on the current health home landscape
Learn the investments required at the state, association, and CMHC health home level to achieve a successful ROI
Understand the quality outcomes and cost savings of the Missouri CMHC health home model
Find out what initiatives Missouri has planned to build on the success of its health home model
Registration for this executive web briefing has been provided at no charge courtesy of Care Management Technologies.
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