Moving to a Comprehensive Care Plan

Moving to a Comprehensive Care Plan

Today’s challenge for Healthcare systems, insurance carriers, and providers is to better manage costs while improving outcomes for high-cost patients. This is especially difficult when working with hard-to-reach populations, such as individuals who experience a...
It Takes a Village-Fighting the Homeless Public Health Crisis

It Takes a Village-Fighting the Homeless Public Health Crisis

Homelessness has become one of the most significant and challenging social problems facing communities across the United States. The lack of housing goes hand-in-hand with a myriad of severe health conditions. Many homeless individuals struggle with at least one...
Medicaid Waivers: Expanding the Possibilities of Whole Person Care

Medicaid Waivers: Expanding the Possibilities of Whole Person Care

With a new presidential administration comes a great deal of uncertainty about the future of the country’s healthcare system. With Republicans controlling the White House and both branches of Congress it looks to be an ideal opportunity to match campaign...
Establishing a Community-based Framework for ACOs

Establishing a Community-based Framework for ACOs

In a highly complex healthcare ecosystem, a relatively simple idea has emerged that has the potential to simultaneously control costs and improve health outcomes: the Accountable Care Organization (ACO). The ACO ensures that providers are directly responsible for the...
The Convergence of Health and Human Services

The Convergence of Health and Human Services

The convergence of health and human services is improving medical care, reducing costs, and changing the delivery of health and human services in the United States. The delivery of medical and human services is a landscape of fragmented care, with services split among...