This review is an initial exploration of team development within effective integrated primary and behavioral healthcare teams. Six integrated teams in safety net primary care settings were interviewed on the development of the clinical team.
For our most recent Delta Center convening, the Center for Care Innovations compiled favorite methods for designing and conducting trainings and events. These methods are fundamental examples of our own human-centered design practice.
This brief from JSI and the Delta Center for a Thriving Safety Net illustrates five key insights related to program design and evaluation from the productive partnership between the Partnership HealthPlan of California and local community health centers to create a care coordination (CCM) program.
The Excellence in Mental Health and Addiction Act, one of the most significant developments in behavioral health funding in decades, was designed to increase Americans’ access to community mental health and substance use treatment services via the creation of Certified Community Behavioral Health Centers (CCBHCs) in 8 states, while improving Medicaid reimbursement for these services.
To assist health center finance and accounting staff in preparing for the transition to value-based payment and care, the Delta Center, with the help of Capital Link, hosted a series of webinar trainings on Understanding Your Costs in an Evolving Payment Environment. This is the fourth and final webinar in the series.
This webinar exposed participants to adaptive leadership concepts explored in greater depth at the February 11-12 Delta Center Convening. The webinar focused on three key points: 1) Overview of framework and imperative for adaptive leadership: why organizations must discern what to preserve, what to discard, and where to innovate in order to thrive; 2) Redefining Leadership, differentiating from Authority; 3) Differentiating “technical” from “adaptive” challenges.
Beth Waldman, J.D., M.P.H., senior consultant at Bailit Health and former Massachusetts Medicaid director presents the key priorities of Medicaid agencies and their MCOs. Drawing on her extensive experience working with Medicaid programs across the country, she shares strategies on how to best engage with state Medicaid agencies and their MCO partners. Participants gain an understanding of the key priorities of Medicaid agencies and their MCOs and learn how best to engage Medicaid programs and their MCOs.
Megan Haase, FNP, Chief Executive Officer of Mosaic Medical System, shares Mosaic’s experience of participating in multiple payment reform efforts. Mosaic Medical operates a network of Federally Qualified Health Centers throughout Central Oregon, and is a participant in the Central Oregon Coordinated Care Organization (CCO). Mosaic also shares lessons learned for health centers in other states that are pursuing APM-type base payment reforms. Participants hear about changes Mosaic has made as a result of participating in three-layered payment model for Medicaid patients, and its results for patient care.
Hear from Jaeson Fournier, Chief Executive Officer of CommUnityCare Health Center network in Texas, and former CEO of the Federally Qualified Health Center Urban Health Network (FUHN), a health center coalition-led ACO in the Twin Cities area. FUHN brought together a group of health centers in a Medicaid ACO, built a robust data analytics infrastructure with the aid of a health services data management firm, created valuable delivery system improvements, and generated millions of dollars in shared savings.
Speakers from Oakland Community Health Network, the public community mental health center and public Medicaid specialty health plan for Oakland County, Michigan, share their experience of utilizing an outcomes-based payment model for behavioral health services. OCHN also shares lessons learned for community mental health centers in other states that are pursuing similar types of payment models.