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Panelist PPT. Presented at the Safety Net Summit, June 23, 2009, hosted by Health & Medicine Policy Research Group (HMPRG) and the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

Panelist PPT. Presented at the Safety Net Summit, June 23, 2009, hosted by Health & Medicine Policy Research Group (HMPRG) and the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

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 “Access DuPage: Dick Endress” “Access DuPage: Dick Endress” Presentation Transcript

    • WHAT : Provides access to comprehensive medical services to low-income, uninsured residents of DuPage County, IL
    • WHO : 225 organizations working together in collaboration
    • HOW :
      • Enroll eligible persons into program
      • Assign all members to a medical home
      • Provide access to services across the entire continuum of care
    For more info contact Richard Endress, 630-510-8694, rend@accessdupage.org
    • Total members served: 11,576
    • Ave. mo. enrollment: 7,381(current: 9,610)
    • Utilization:
      • 28,987 PCP visits
      • Over 2,000 specialty referrals
      • 63,418 prescription medications
      • 14,864 hospital services
    • Significant improvement in self-assessed mental health scores (SF-12) for every year in program
    • Age-adjusted hospitalization rates & ER use rates over 30% below U.S. averages
    • Direct cost per member per year = $391.49
    • Retail value of donated services: $46.6 million
    • Total cost of care (at managed care rates): 17% below average cost of individual employer-sponsored health insurance