Resources

This resource identifies and describes person-centered preferences that can inform approaches to advanced illness care.

This resource summarizes a descriptive study of the Health Resilience Program (HRP) in Oregon, a program designed to address the needs of high-risk Medicaid and Medicare patients and reduce costs.

The problem of the high cost of health care has centered on reducing spending among the patients who use the most health care services.

Denver Health received a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Award to develop an intensive outpatient clinic (IOC) to improve care and lower costs for patients with complex needs.

This resource provides an in-depth look at the Stanford Coordinated Care Primary Care Practice (SCC), which delivers primary care to Stanford University employees and their dependents who have comp

This resource analyzes nationwide 2014 ED data across 13 geographically dispersed US states. Findings include:

For Medicaid beneficiaries, a lack of reliable transportation is a major barrier to receiving health care services.

Difficulty with activities of daily living is a major cost driver in health care that is typically overlooked.

This resource describes an analysis of a Massachusetts-based MIH-CP program called Acute Community Care (ACC), a pilot program of the Commonwealth Care Alliance.

This resource summarizes feedback from care providers who received training in various evidence-based models of TIC. Key recommendations include:

This resource explores why it’s not necessarily true that care coordination and cost savings go hand in hand — and the dangers of this common myth.

 

This resource describes the mission of the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs and examines several versions of integrated care models, including the Camden Coalition of Healthcare