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When designing alternate payment models such as accountable care organizations (ACOs) to improve care for vulnerable populations, it is important to understand the impact that social determinants of...
High-need, high-cost Medicaid patients enrolled in a 12-month complex care management program at CareMore Health in Memphis, Tennessee experienced reductions of 59 percent in inpatient utilization and...
Many different care management program models have been implemented for high-need, high-cost (HNHC) populations, with programs varying widely in their impact on patient outcomes and satisfaction and...
While accountable care organizations (ACOs) offer promise for integrating social services into medical care, ACOs report significant barriers to successful integration. Using qualitative data from 22...
ECHO Care is a complex care intervention pilot that integrated the Project ECHO model, which links primary care practitioners virtually with specialists, with outpatient intensivist teams (OITs) in...
This blog post features a conversation with Miriam Komaromy, MD, former ECHO Care lead, who shared key takeaways from the recent evaluation of the intervention to help inform complex care programs.
Project ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) virtually connects specialists with community-based providers to help improve patient care management. This evaluation of the ECHO Care pilot...
This blog post features a national complex care leader providing insights on the recently released report on Camden Coalition's randomized controlled trial on the Camden Core Model.
The number of individuals living with dementia is steadily increasing, and family caregivers for individuals with dementia frequently experience challenges with maintaining their own physical...
A randomized controlled trial found that the “Camden Core Model,” a short-term care management program for individuals with complex health and social needs and multiple recent hospital admissions, did...
Adults experiencing homelessness have high levels of health care needs, including those related to mental health and substance use disorders, and are more likely to visit the emergency department (ED)...
Care coordination programs for individuals with multiple chronic conditions and unmet social needs can be operationally complex, but little research has been done on staff effort within these programs...