Adults with complex health needs — sometimes referred to as “super-utilizers” or “high-need, high-cost patients” — often have multiple physical and/or behavioral health conditions, as well as significant social needs, and account for a disproportionate share of health care spending. CHCS works with programs across the country to advance innovative care models designed to improve outcomes and control costs.
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Evaluating Complex Care Programs: Is It a Zero-Sum Game?
Complex populations in health care are often defined as groups of individuals with co-occurring medical and behavioral health diagnoses as well as significant social challenges. Large sums of money have been devoted to developing interventions focused on “bending the cost curve” by attenuating the rapidly rising costs of caring for these populations. Whether such programs actually save health… Read more »
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