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CHCS staff discussed the findings of a study of Medicaid-contracted pediatric and obstetric practices in fee-for-service or primary care case management delivery systems in Arkansas, Iowa, and Pennsylvania, and the efforts of high-volume practices to improve access and quality.
|January 2014||Webinar Resources|
In 2006, the five health plans in New Jersey began collaborating with the state Medicaid program and other stakeholders to standardize methods for identifying high-risk pregnancies in three urban areas. One year later, key accomplishments include a prenatal risk assessment form, a central data repository, an expedited enrollment process for pregnant women, and plans to take the program statewide.
|October 2007||Case Studies|
|March 2007||Webinar Resources|
|June 2005||Case Studies|
|June 2005||Webinar Resources|
|March 2005||Case Studies|
Sentara Health Management, after having participated in a BCAP initiative, created a system to identify new mothers with critical health care needs and provide intensive case management. Their quality improvement project was to reduce Neonatal Intensive Care Unit days and costs, and Sentara is seeing terrific results.
|August 2003||Case Studies|