Oregon is creating a five-year pilot program, referred to as Coordinated Health Partnerships (CHPs). CHPs promote population health and further address social determinants of health for adults at risk of homelessness, including adults eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid programs (often referred to as dual eligible), and families. Through the CHPs, at-risk populations would be offered a combination of housing, health care integration, care transitions and supportive services to improve health outcomes and reduce Medicaid costs.
The Oregon Health Authority has convened a Coordinated Health Partnerships Advisory Council (CHP) in the fall of 2016. The CHP Advisory Council will advise the Authority and the Medicaid program on the overall design and implementation of the CHP Pilot Program as described in the 1115 waiver renewal application. The Council will advise OHA key program and policy considerations and an implementation framework to help inform conversations with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
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