From advancing delivery system and payment reform to integrating services for populations with complex needs, CHCS is dedicated to supporting and spreading innovations in health care delivery for low-income Americans.
Explore the topics below for practical resources and to learn about current projects underway at the local, state, and federal levels.
Ensuring that individuals with complex needs have access to integrated physical health, behavioral health, and social services and supports.
Advancing quality, cost-effective care for high-risk children and youth, especially those with serious behavioral health needs. Also exploring the role Medicaid can play in early childhood development.
Working to lessen the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on vulnerable populations — including individuals with low-incomes, older adults, and those with complex health and social needs.
Facilitating partnerships across sectors and government agencies aimed at fostering alignment of common goals, supporting data-sharing, and cultivating cross-sector leadership.
Helping to design and implement comprehensive, multi-payer delivery system and payment reforms that reward quality and seek to improve health care cost effectiveness.
Ensuring that Medicaid leaders have the skills and expertise necessary to effectively manage their state programs and advance Medicaid as a model for high-quality, cost-effective care.
Supporting the advancement of integrated care for dually eligible individuals and more person-centered, home- and community-based options in long-term services and supports.
Advancing the use of evidence-based preventive practices to improve health outcomes and control costs.
Identifying how trauma-informed approaches can be practically implemented across the health care sector.