Explores the efforts of two California-based community health centers providing street medicine to individuals experiencing homelessness amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Explores how seven states — Delaware, Hawaii, Nevada, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington State — are using their managed care purchasing authority to advance primary care models.
Outlines Michigan’s efforts in improving access and adherence to asthma medications and devices as well as promote the use of evidence-based interventions to improve access to important asthma devices and services, such as home-based care and education.
Features Utah’s Medicaid and public health partnership and its efforts to expand Medicaid coverage of the state’s asthma home visiting program.
Outlines how Minnesota leveraged the 6|18 Initiative to ensure uniform implementation of expanded tobacco cessation benefits required by a 2015 state law that aligned tobacco cessation medication and counseling coverage with Affordable Care Act requirements.
Describes Washington State’s journey to integrated care and offers lessons for designing and implementing state efforts to advance physical-behavioral health integration.
Highlights L.A. Health Care Health Plan’s approach in rapidly recalibrating its existing homelessness support services to address the immediate needs of people experiencing homelessness during the pandemic.
Highlights California’s Project Roomkey initiative that provides protective housing for people experiencing homelessness who may need to be in isolation or quarantine to prevent COVID-19 infection.
Outlines the implementation strategy of one of the first alcohol management programs in the U.S., which is helping to reduce the risk of abrupt alcohol withdrawal and COVID-19 infection for people with alcohol use disorder experiencing homelessness.