Investing in community leaders is essential
Applications to the 2024 Restuccia Health Justice Fellowship are now open!
The Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office (MMCO) has issued its fiscal year 2015 report to Congress on its efforts to better coordinate care for dually eligible individuals. The report includes four legislative recommendations:
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has issued a report on how to improve person-centered care. The report is intended for those who provide care management services and includes tips for coordinating goal-based care illustrated with examples from organizations experienced in providing person-centered care to individuals with complex needs.
More states are recognizing the value of Community Health Workers (CHWs) who can help improve health outcomes through care coordination, preventive care and community-based engagement activities. Dialogue4Health recently hosted a web forum on sustainable financing for CHWs that explored opportunities for funding CHW integration through Medicaid. The web forum recording and information are available here.