5 Ways Care Coordination Ends Veteran Homelessness

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5 Ways Care Coordination Ends Veteran Homelessness

Approximately 80,000 individuals across the nation experience homelessness on any given night. Nearly 40,000, a staggering 50%, of these are veterans. Many of these individuals experience poor physical and mental...

An Integrated Approach to Whole Person Care That is Transforming Homelessness

Providing healthcare for homeless patients presents some of the most challenging (and costly) conditions in medicine. Patients often have multiple concurrent conditions including a history of poorly managed chronic disease,...

How Will The American Health Care Act Affect Medicaid?

Earlier this week the U.S. House of Representatives released legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). One key area the new American Health Care Act (AHCA, also...

Unraveling the Confusion Around Medicaid Block Grants and Per Capita Subsidies

In President Trump’s address to congress this week healthcare reform was on the forefront of the agenda. On February 24th a discussion draft surfaced of the House Republican’s plan for...

What is Virginia Doing That You’re Not in Fighting the Opioid Crisis?

Care Coordination for individuals suffering from substance use disorder (SUD) is currently a widely-discussed topic across the country. Individuals with SUD are high risk and complex to manage due to...

How to Track Social Determinants of Health and Share the Data

While human services and healthcare organizations alike are eager to form partnerships to share data to jointly address the social determinants of health, obstacles quickly arise that inhibit the ability...

Have You Heard of Medicaid IAP? Let us Explain

As Congress and the Trump Administration continue to debate how to repeal or replace the Affordable Care Act, the future of its programs and initiatives are in question.  This is...

4 Key Steps to Integrated Care Coordination for the Opioid Crisis

Substance use disorder is one of the nation’s most urgent population health management issues, not only because of its effect on individuals, but also because of the financial impact on...

What Is a Social ACO and How Does it Help Achieve Whole-Person Care?

Accountable care organizations (ACOs) are forming all over the country as policymakers, health plans, and providers pursue care delivery and payment reforms in an effort to reduce health costs and...

It’s Not the End of Healthcare As We Know It – And Here’s Why

Over the past few years, states have begun encouraging collaborations between medical, behavioral health, and social service providers in order to drive whole person care and address the social determinants...

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