Changing how care is delivered is challenging, particularly for safety-net providers and others serving a high proportion of Medicaid members. CHCS helps states develop programs that will fundamentally improve how care is delivered to Medicaid populations. We help states build coordinated and integrated care models that work with relevant behavioral, supportive, and public health services to address broader determinants of health and prevent patients from developing chronic conditions.
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Accountable Communities for Health: Multi-Sector Community Partnerships in Action
As states test new care delivery models that focus on integrated, patient-centered, and value-driven care, a number of Medicaid agencies have established multi-sector partnerships to address population health. Often called Accountable Communities for Health (ACH), these models bring together partners from a broad range of sectors — health care, behavioral health, public health, and social… Read more »
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