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NASHP Medical Home RFA


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NASHP is seeking applications for Consortium membership from states with emerging Medical Home Initiatives. This year-long program will offer assistance to states seeking to strengthen, expand, and sustain their Medicaid and CHIP-focused medical home initiatives. Interested states can submit an application by February 2.

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NASHP Medical Home RFA

  1. 1. 3rd State Consortium to Advance Medical Homes in Medicaid and CHIP USING LEARNING COMMUNITIES TO STRENGTHEN, EXPAND, AND SUSTAIN STATE MEDICAL HOME INITIATIVES For audio, please dial: (866) 740-1260 Access Code: 8223926 Please hold until the webcast begins. January 21, 2010, 4:00 PM Eastern (3:00 PM Central, 2:00 PM Mountain, 1:00 PM Pacific, 12:00 PM Alaskan, 11:00 AM Hawaiian) Supported by The Commonwealth Fund
  2. 2. Medical Homes Consortia I and II Supported by The Commonwealth Fund WA ME MT ND OR VT ID MN NH MA WI SD MI NY WY RI PA CT IA NV NE NJ UT IN OH IL DE CA CO WV MD KS DC MO KY NC Medical Homes TN AZ OK AR SC NM MS AL GA Consortium I State TX LA Medical Homes AK FL Consortium II State HI 2
  3. 3. 3rd Consortium Overview One year program providing technical assistance to helpyour state achieve its goals Technical assistance structured around three learningcommunities. Learning community members will provideinput on topics of support. Technical assistance delivered by experts, mentors, andpeers Opportunities to share between learning communitiesand share with states outside of Consortium. National recognition for your work 3
  4. 4. 3rd Consortium Overview (cont.) NASHP has already invited 12 states to join the consortium Colorado Michigan Oklahoma Maine Minnesota Pennsylvania Maryland New York Rhode Island Massachusetts North Carolina 4
  5. 5. Request for Applications NASHP has released a request for applications that will allow additional states to join the 3rd Consortium. Applications are due by 5:00 p.m., February 2, 2011 Preference will be given to states that: Have committed resources to their medical home effort. Target a comprehensive population. Are currently implementing medical home initiatives. NASHP is seeking diversity in the selected states. Geographic and urban/rural States Delivery/payment system diversity In total, we expect to support up to 17 states in the Consortium through invitation and 5
  6. 6. Conditions of Participation Consortium States will: Form a core team of 2-4 members One member must be a Medicaid official with decision-making authority Complete a survey prior to the Baltimore kick-off meeting Attend the Baltimore kick-off (March 30 – April 1, 2011) Develop a work plan Achieve goals from the work plan with the technical assistance provided by the consortium Join one of three learning communities Participate in all group and individual technical assistance programs, as planned for selected learning community Complete a survey update at the end of 12 months Complete a participation agreement that summarizes these 6
  7. 7. Learning Communities Consortium states will join one of three learning communities: Multi-Payer Learn how to bring new payers to the table Expand the population of your programs Homes-to-Neighborhoods Develop and strengthen community networks and teams to support medical homes Public health integration Field Trip to Vermont Innovative Models of Care Explore new payment and service delivery models Funding opportunities within the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) Field Trip to 7
  8. 8. Anticipated Outcomes Over the next year, consortium states will work together to: Expand Medicaid and CHIP medical home reach Assure sustainability of current programs Strengthen current 8
  9. 9. Maine Office Washington DC Office10 Free St. 2nd Floor 1233 20th Street, 2nd FloorPortland, ME 04101 Washington, DC 20036207-874-6524 (phone) 202-903-0101 (phone)207-874-6527 (fax) 202-903-2790 (fax)Copyright © 2011 National Academy for State Health Policy :: :: :: NASHP.orgCopyright © 2009 9