This report profiles the work of ACHP member plans, who demonstrate that improving health care involves changing both the way plans work and the communities in which they live.
Medication Therapy Management (MTM) promotes collaboration among pharmacists, patients and providers to establish safe and effective drug regimens for optimal therapeutic outcomes.
In a concerted effort to control costs while expanding coverage in the state of Massachusetts, Tufts Health Plan introduced the Coordinated Care Model, which aligns financial and health care quality incentives of the health plan, network providers and members.
Capital Health Plan of Tallahassee established the Center for Chronic Care to improve the care and patient experience of its highest-risk members – those with complex chronic conditions.
Care Management is the first publication in the ACHP series Health Plan Innovations in Patient-Centered Care.