Quick Reference Guide to Promising Care Models

Brief
Key Questions Answered
  • What are examples of highly promising models with solid evidence?
  • What does the evidence show, and how can I find the best studies about these models?
  • What are the key attributes of successful models?
  • Which subpopulations do these promising models target?
  • How widespread are these promising models?
Key Themes and Takeaways

Based on a review of the evidence, the Quick Reference Guide to Promising Care Models offers summary information on 28 programs for adults with complex needs, specifically:

  • Target population and subpopulations served by the model
  • Key features of the model associated with person-centered care
  • Outcomes and impact

Acknowledgements: The authors thank Meredith Brown and Jamie Ryan who helped to develop the original Quick Reference Guide in December 2016, as well as Allison Hamblin, senior vice president; Jim Lloyd, program officer; and Sarah Rabot, program analyst from the Center for Health Care Strategies for assistance collecting and verifying information for the guide.

Authors
Tanya Shah
Corinne Lewis
Mekdes Tsega
Melinda Abrams
Population Addressed
Adults Under 65 with Disabilities
People with Advanced Illness
Frail Older Adults
People with Multiple Chronic Conditions
People with Behavioral Health and Social Needs
Level of Evidence
Strong to Promising
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