People with Serious Behavioral Health Needs Resources

Headline This systematic literature review summarizes different approaches and criteria that can be used to identify patients with complex needs for health system interventions. Context Defining and...
Headline This article describes factors that support health care organizations in transitioning from volume- to value-based payment. Context While the financial challenges of COVID-19 may lead to...
Headline This change package contains strategies, tips, and case studies to assist health care stakeholders in building meaningful, person-centered engagement in their organizations. Context As health...
Headline Housing First programs and associated support services reduced health care-related expenditures for the Massachusetts Medicaid program. Context In the Housing First model, people experiencing...
Individuals who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid often experience uncoordinated care across their medical, behavioral health, and long-term care needs. Care models that integrate Medicare...
Intensive outpatient care programs (IOCPs) — innovative clinical care interventions that provide patient-centered care through the use of multidisciplinary care teams — are being increasingly...
The field of complex care, which seeks to improve care for individuals with complex health and social needs, is continually growing and developing its workforce. To convey the essential knowledge...
The health and social impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately affect individuals in historically underserved communities. This toolkit, developed by Kaiser Permanente, details a three-step...
While many dually eligible individuals experience fragmented care across their Medicare and Medicaid benefits, integrated care models are designed to align service delivery, payment, and...
Managed care plans that integrate Medicare and Medicaid services have the potential to improve quality and reduce spending for dually eligible enrollees. Medicare Advantage (MA) dual-eligible special...
Dually eligible individuals with serious mental illness (SMI) — who represent one third of all dual eligibles under age 65 — have complex needs that are challenging to address in a coordinated manner...
Value-based payment programs link reimbursement to performance on quality and cost measures, but these programs may disadvantage providers that care for populations living in poverty or in under...