Mental illness affects 60 million Americans each year, and finding and treating those in need is of paramount importance to their health, safety and ability to function in day-to-day life.
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.
To improve patient care and reduce preventable hospital admissions, Group Health Cooperative in Seattle invests in a program to streamline discharge procedures and improve communications.
To bend the rising health care cost curve, CDPHP of Albany has developed SharedHealth, a multi-stakeholder partnership based on transparency and support.
A key to lowering health care cost trends is helping people play an active role in their own health.
In Tallahassee, Fla., Capital Health Plan is collaborating with physicians, educating patients and engaging with community leaders through the Choosing Wisely® campaign.