Total Health Driver – Acute Care
Acute Care refers to treatments for an illness or injury such rehabilitative services aimed to improve health in a time-sensitive manner.
CareOregon – Food Rx
CareOregon’s Food Rx program allows physicians to prescribe a food voucher, or a “Food Rx,” to a patient with dietary needs that allows a patient to receive plan-sponsored meals as long as the patient needs to stabilize his or her health.
HealthPartners – Community Health Worker: Medicaid Population
HealthPartners had a goal to create a sustainable model of care management that transcends the unique social and cultural-specific needs of the Medicaid population. In 2015 HealthPartners launched a pilot program to assess the impact of the community health worker in collaboration with the HealthPartners Midway Clinic and Center for International Health and CommonBond Communities.
Independent Health – Good for the Neighborhood
Independent Health created the Good for the Neighborhood program to offer pop-up sites for people in high-need neighborhoods to address their health needs in one convenient location.
Security Health Plan – What to do When Your Child Gets Sick
Security Health Plan created an initiative using What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick, a book that gives new parents health information on caring for their children, what to do in specific situations and when to seek care from a health care provider.