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1 Integrated Care in Practice Laura Galbreath, MPP Director, Center for Integrated Health Solutions May 15, 2013

2 About the Center In partnership with Health & Human Services (HHS)/Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Goal: To promote the planning, and development and of integration of primary and behavioral health care for those with serious mental illness and/or substance use disorders and physical health conditions, whether seen in specialty mental health or primary care safety net provider settings across the country. Purpose: To serve as a national training and technical assistance center on the bidirectional integration of primary and behavioral health care and related workforce development To provide technical assistance to SAMHSA PBHCI grantees and entities funded through HRSA to address the health care needs of individuals with mental illnesses, substance use and co-occurring disorders

3 National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare Represents 2,500 community organizations that provide safety-net mental health & substance abuse treatment services to 8M adults, children & families National voice for legislation, regulations, and practices that protect & expand access to adequately funded, effective mental health & addictions services

4 Technical Assistance Available from CIHS Individual Technical Assistance: Phone and video consultations, e-mail, site visits Medicaid Health Home Consultation to States Group Learning Experiences: Regional and State Based Learning Communities Trainings and Presentations National Webinars Tools: Web-based Resources ( Training Curricula White Papers and Factsheets eSolutions Newsletter

5 Primary and Behavioral Health Integration: The New Standard of Care

6 Tipping Point Behavioral health is essential to health Prevention/early intervention is possible Treatment is Effective and People Recover Primary Care Level of Behavioral Health

7 The Affordable Care Act: Four Key Strategies

8 The Future is Focused on Value  Developing and implementing a suite of value-based incentive programs that reward care providers for improvements in quality and efficiency  Supporting delivery systems as they become more integrated and accountable for cost, quality and experience outcomes  Coordination of medical and behavioral health services increases the value for payors and consumers

9 Relationship of PC-BH Integration to Leading Delivery System Changes PC-BH Integration Medicaid Health Homes ACOs Dual Eligibles PCMH

10 Get to Know Your ACO ACOs can fund community organizations to take the lead on conducting community health assessments. ACOs can fund community stakeholder groups to develop and/or adapt health promotion and disease prevention programs for their communities; help get them up and running ACOs can fund successful prevention programs, especially when bringing them to new populations and communities ACOs can fund the testing of new or adapted programs to support community buy-in


12 NCQA PCMH & Behavioral Health PCMH 1: Enhance Access and Continuity Comprehensive assessment includes depression screening, behaviors affecting health and patient and family mental health and substance abuse PCMH 3: Plan and Manage Care One of three clinically important conditions identified by the practice must be a condition related to unhealthy behaviors (e.g. obesity) or a mental health or substance abuse condition Practice must plan and manage care for the selected condition PCMH 4: Provide Self-Care and Community Resources Self-care support includes educational and community resources and adopting healthy behaviors PCMH 5: Track and Coordinate Care Tracks referrals and coordinates care with mental health and substance abuse services PCMH 6: Measure and Improve Performance Preventive measures include depression screening

13 Health Homes and the ACA Medicaid “health home” option under the ACA for enrollees with chronic conditions, including MH SU conditions Program provides financial incentives for states 90% FMAP for health home-related services for 1 st 8 quarters Alternative payment models Incentive grants

14 Compare and Contrast: Medicaid Health Homes & Patient Centered Medical Homes Medicaid Health HomePatient-Centered Medical Home Target Population Enhanced Medicaid reimbursement for services to individuals with approved chronic conditions Serves all populations across the lifespan Typical Providers May include primary care practices, community mental health organizations, addiction treatment providers, Federally Quality Health Centers, health home agencies, etc. Typically defined as physician-led primary care practices, but may include some mid-level practitioners such as Nurse Practitioners Payer(s)Currently a Medicaid-only construct Exist for multiple payers (e.g., Medicaid, commercial insurance) How is Care Organized Team-based, whole-person orientation with explicit focus on the integration of behavioral healthcare and primary care; includes individual and family support services. Team-based, whole person orientation achieved through care coordination Provider Requirements State Medicaid determinedState Medicaid and NCQA determined PaymentUsually PMPM for 6 required services with more intensive care coordination and patient activation Payment is in line with added value; usually small PMPM Source: National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare [i] [i] As defined in Section 2703 of the Affordable Care Act, P.L. 111-148. [ii] [ii] As defined by the National Committee on Quality Assurance, [iii] [iii] “Chronic conditions” includes, but is not limited to, (1) mental health condition, (2) substance use disorder, (3) asthma, (4) diabetes, (5) heart disease, or (6) being overweight, as evidenced by having a body mass index (BMI) over 25. (Section 2703 of the Affordable Care Act, P.L. 111-148).

15 Missouri Community Mental Health Centers… 15

16 Heath B, Wise Romero P, and Reynolds K. A Review and Proposed Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare. Washington, D.C.SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions. March 2013

17 SAMHSA Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) Grant Program

18 PBHCI offers an important opportunity to reduce health disparities for Individuals with SMI –Eliminate the early mortality gap –Reach people who will not access primary care –Intervene early before medical co-morbidities develop or worsen –Reduce expensive emergency department use –Improve recovery outcomes

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