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ECM/CS: pushing the boundaries of traditional health care

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Kev Saib Xyuas Kev Kho Mob Uas Muaj Kev Txhim Kho Lawm (Enhanced Care Management, ECM, raws li sau hauv lub Askiv) thiab Kev Txhawb Nqa Zej Zog (Community Supports,CS, raws li sau hauv lub Askiv) raug tawm qauv los ua ib qho kev teeb tsa cov kev pabcuam cev-lus txog kev kho mob uas nyuaj qhov uas yuav siv ntau hom kab ke los muab ib txoj hau kev qhia saib xyuas uas tsij ntsees txog tib neeg. Cov nyiaj pab no yuav txhawb nqa cheeb tsam kev kho mob uas yog chaw kho mob thiab tsis yog chaw kho mob tib si rau cov tswv cuab Medi-Cal uas muaj kev xav tau heev.

With the provision of ECM and CS being anchored in the community, CBOs and community partners play an integral role in the success of these programs. The goal of these services is to be delivered in an in-person manner by community-based providers, to the greatest extent possible. The design of the ECM and CS benefits is to acknowledge the importance of providers working together within a community to identify the needs of members and work towards a more holistic community approach to care. CBOs and community partners are involved in not only servicing members, but identifying members who may benefit from services, discussing new initiatives to support the programs, formulating plans for data sharing and identifying best practices to ensure members can successfully receive the full benefit of these services.

ECM and CS as new initiatives have pushed the boundaries of a traditional health care delivery approach to begin incorporating the impact of Social Determinants of Health and acknowledge the importance of partnerships amongst local MCPs, CBOs and community providers to provide quality accessible care and support for improved health outcomes for the highest-risk members.

If you are interested in becoming a Community Supports provider, please reach out to us at [email protected].

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