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1 Health Homes for People with Chronic Conditions: A Discussion with Dr. Moser 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

2 KANSAS HEALTH HOMES DEVELOPMENT Spring 2012 State Project Team University Partners Focus Group Learning Collaborative Steering Committee 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

3 The term “health home” is unique to Medicaid A health home is a comprehensive and intense system of care coordination that integrates and coordinates all services and supports for people with complex chronic conditions Intended for people with certain chronic conditions INTRODUCTION 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

4 68% of people with mental illness have one or more co-occurring conditions Asthma Diabetes High blood pressure Heart Disease Obesity People with mental illness die earlier than the general population Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration THE PROBLEM 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

5 Diabetes prevalence adult beneficiaries –20.5% (N=37,577) Net payment by Kansas Medicaid –$559,307,804 (36.1% of total expenses) –$14,884/person Data for fee-for-service enrollees DIABETES IN MEDICAID (FY 2011) 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

6 WAYS TO INTEGRATE CARE Facilitated referrals between PCP or behavioral health provider and other providers Co-location of physical health clinician in behavioral health agency or vice versa Full integration of physical and behavioral health clinicians in one agency/building All three ways are acceptable in health homes initiative as long as existing consumer-provider relationship not disrupted 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

7 HOW HEALTH HOMES IMPROVE HEALTH Health homes ensure: Critical information is shared among providers and with consumer Consumer has tools needed to help manage his chronic condition Necessary screenings and tests occur timely Unnecessary emergency room visits and hospital stays are avoided Community and social supports are in place to help maintain health 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

8 EARLY RESULTS FROM MISSOURI (2011 to 2012) Patients with at least one hospitalization decreased from : –23.9% to 15.7% in primary care health homes –33.7% to 24.6% in Community Mental Health Center health homes Overall reduction is 12.8% per 1000 admissions SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions webinar 6/27/2013 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

9 EARLY RESULTS FROM MISSOURI (2011 TO 2012) Reduced ER use by 8.2% per 1000 Net savings in ER and hospital costs - $48.81 per health home member per month (PMPM) Total Medicaid net savings $83.26 PMPM SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions webinar 6/27/2013 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

10 Model 1 Designated Provider Model 2 Team of Health Professionals Model 3 Health Team THREE FEDERAL HEALTH HOME MODELS 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

11 A Team of Health Professionals: May include physician, nurse care coordinator, nutritionist, social worker, behavioral health professional, and can be free standing, virtual, hospital ‐ based, community mental health centers, etc. KANSAS MODEL 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

12 Person must be eligible for Medicaid, and have at least: Two chronic conditions; One chronic condition and is at risk for another chronic condition; or One serious and persistent mental illness FEDERAL ELIGIBILITY FOR HEALTH HOMES 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

13 Mental health condition Substance use disorder Asthma Diabetes Heart disease Being overweight, as evidenced by a body mass index over 25. Section 1945(h)(2) of the ACA authorizes the Secretary to expand the list of chronic conditions CHRONIC CONDITIONS 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

14 Comprehensive care management Care coordination Health promotion Comprehensive transitional care, including appropriate follow-up, from inpatient to other settings Individual and family support (including authorized representative) Referral to community and social support services, if relevant SIX CORE SERVICES 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

15 To “link services” Quality reporting Provider supports/requirements Facilitate communication and feedback to/among providers and consumers ROLE OF HIT 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

16 KANCARE HEALTH HOME MODEL Medicaid Agency MCO CIL CMHC PCP Safety Net Clinic SUD CDDO Other Recipient MCO staff + third party = HH Dr. Robert Moser Webinar10/24/2013

17 A partnership between the managed care organization (MCO) and another entity (Health Home Partner – HHP) that is appropriate for the consumer Health home recipients likely have experience with, and preferences for, different types of HHPs depending upon where they live and what Medicaid population they belong to KANCARE HEALTH HOME MODEL 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

18 SERVICE STRUCTURE HH Partner (HHP) Individual and Family Supports Health Promotion Comprehensive care management Referral to community and social supports Care Coordination Comprehensive transitional care MCO Member with designated condition 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

19 PARTNERING TO PROVIDE SERVICES Some health home services provided by the MCOs and some by the Health Home Partner (HHP) Division of services, as well as payment between the MCO and the HHP, will be spelled out in contract between the MCO and HHP HHP may contract for one or more services with another provider 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

20 HEALTH HOMES PAYMENT PRINCIPLES AND PARAMETERS State PMPM payments to the MCOs will be adequate to ensure quality services MCO payments to HHPs will be adequate to ensure sustainability and quality of services State health home payments to the MCOs will be actuarially sound 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

21 KANCARE HEALTH HOMES GOALS Reduce utilization associated with inpatient stays Improve management of chronic conditions Improve care coordination Improve transitions of care among primary care and community providers and inpatient facilities 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

22 CMS CORE MEASURES Adult BMI assessment Ambulatory care – sensitive condition admission Care transition – transition record transmitted to health care professional Follow-up after hospitalization for mental illness 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

23 CMS CORE MEASURES All cause readmission Screening for clinical depression and follow-up plan Initiation and engagement of alcohol and other drug dependence treatment Controlling high blood pressure 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

24 TARGET POPULATIONS One target population is people with serious mental illness (SMI) Another target population yet to be determined, but will include people with diabetes Can’t exclude dual eligibles or limit to a particular age group All HH members must be in KanCare and must select a HHP within MCO network 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

25 ENROLLMENT Passive enrollment with “opt out” feature Enrollee will receive a letter and have to choose to opt out Must have a choice of health home provider, but may be limited to certain number of times in a year Grievance and appeal rights 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

26 WHERE WE ARE Engaging stakeholders First SPA drafted Consultation with SAMHSA complete Monthly calls with CMS Working on operational issues Analyzing data to designate target population for second SPA Implement HHs for both target group (SMI and other chronic conditions) July 1, 2014 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

27 QUESTIONS? 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

28 NEED MORE INFORMATION? Becky Ross, Medicaid Initiatives Coordinator Division of Health Care Finance Kansas Department of Health & Environment 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

29 10/24/2013Dr. Robert Moser Webinar

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