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: “Primary Care Coalition, Montgomery County: Steve Galen”

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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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  • 1. Montgomery Cares Introduction HRSA 7-County Safety Net Summit June 23, 2009 Steve Galen, CEO
  • 2. Montgomery Cares: Key Accomplishments
    • System Development and Integration (Montgomery Cares)
      • Developed system from 5 primary care clinic organizations to 12 organizations with 16 fixed locations and 20 + mobile van sites. (2 FQHC)
      • Increased capacity from 8,000 patients (FY02) to 23,000 uninsured patients (FY09).
    • CHLCare
      • Web-based, Open Source, shared, electronic medical record in 7 clinics+; connect to ED
    • Medicine Access
      • Point of service (32) generic medicine; (30) PAP. $82/person/year.
    • Specialty Care Access Programs
      • Automated referral process, volunteer specialist networks, hub clinics, hospital-based services, and informal relationships. 3,000 referrals in FY 2008
    • Behavioral Health Care
      • Collaborative care model, providing on-site mental health assessments, medication management, short-term therapy and referrals at three Montgomery Cares clinics. 490 patients in FY 2008
    • Oral Health Care
      • Linked dental care to primary health care through direct referrals from all Montgomery Cares clinics to dental services at 2 sites. 625 patients in FY 2008
    • Health Care Services for Homeless Adults
      • Primary care and supports services for homeless adults. 756 patients in FY08.
    • Information & Referral Program
      • I &R program providing assistance to nearly 2,000 callers in FY08.
    • Population health activities
      • IHI Triple Aim; reduce avoidable ED visits at the 5 hospitals; breast cancer screening;
    • Financial support
      • $11 million annual County; $20 million grants since 2001.
  • 3. Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County, MD
    • The Primary Care Coalition is an independent, non-profit organization that
    • strives to provide access to high-quality, accessible, equitable, evidence-based, cost-effective comprehensive health services to low income, uninsured County residents. The PCC vision is that Montgomery County will be the healthiest community in the nation.
    • This is achieved through partnerships and collaborations with:
      • Montgomery County government;
      • 12 independent, nonprofit clinic organizations;
      • Montgomery County Hospitals(5);
      • Community-based organizations;
      • Private medical community; and
      • Foundations
    • Contact:
    • Steve Galen
    • President & CEO
    • Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County, Maryland
    • 301-628-3410
    • [email_address]
    • www.primarycarecoalition.org