Through the AHC program, CMMI will test the extent to which connecting patients to social resources improves health care outcomes and reduces costs. AHC grants will be awarded to up to 44 geographically dispersed providers in amounts ranging from $1 million to $4.5 million over 5 years. AHC program applications are due by March 31st.
Foley & Lardner LLP and Health Leads are co-hosting this timely webinar to offer insights into this AHC model and core components of a comprehensive and sustainable strategy to start or expand a social needs program. This webinar is particularly relevant to population health executives, community health leaders, managed care executives, Medicaid directors and quality improvement managers. Scheduled for Thursday, February 18 at 12:00 pm CT, the webinar will cover:
About Health Leads
Health Leads is a social enterprise that envisions a healthcare system that addresses all patients’ basic resource needs as a standard part of quality care. For 20 years, Health Leads has worked with leading healthcare organizations to tackle social co-morbidities by connecting patients to the community-based resources they need to be healthy – from food to transportation to healthcare benefits. Health Leads is committed to leveraging its tools, expertise and direct services to change what “counts” as healthcare – and accelerate the leadership, best practices, incentives and research required to improve the health and well-being of patients. Learn more at www.healthleadsusa.org.
For more insight into the resources, approach and technology to design a successful social needs strategy, Health Leads is offering three new online educational workshops:
Visit www.healthleadsusa.org/solutions/workshops for more information, or email LearningNetwork@healthleadsusa.org