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Through their states, providers are currently eligible for increased federal reimbursement for the provision of Health Home services to the Medicaid population. The Health Home model includes a team-based approach to providing comprehensive, person-centered care and integrating the physical and mental health needs of patients -- basically, a very robust version of the medical home (PCMH) model.
In this blog entry, my colleagues Megan Clark and Yulan Egan detail the "what" of the model, as well as how providers can reach out to states to become involved and qualify for federal funding.
What is a Medicaid Health Home