How can QCCP help physicians provide better care?
- Connecting clients to care and referrals
- Helping clients retain or stay in care and provide appointment reminders
- Helping stabalize the client after a crisis or hospitalization
- Addressing social determinants of health that effect their ability to participate in care
- Share a patient centered care plan with you that includes patients goals, and interventions and tasks the patients have adhered to
- Share information collected in a comprehensive assessment that will help drive your care
Request a Health Home 101 Training for your staff or patients:
QCCP staff provides education to Primary Care Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Churches, Shelters and Community Based Organizations. If you are interested in having QCCP present host a lunch and learn at no cost to you please contact us.
How can Case Managers help with your patients?
- Case manager often have up to date information about “gaps in care” or/and Managed Care Organization (MCO) alerts regarding recent hospitalizations
- Case managers also have the capability to receive and respond to RHIO and/or MCO hospitalization alerts
- Case managers can assist in discharge planning and coordinating an appropriate e follow up appointment with your office
- Case Managers can provide ongoing reinforcement regarding medication regimens, attendance to specialty referrals
- Case Managers can often connect clients to care related to the social determinants of health (providers are often not able to address in a 15 minute visit). For example, referrals can be made to housing providers, job readiness programs, GED or educational programs, home care services, or legal aid services
If I refer a patient does their insurance, payment rate or my ability to continue providing care be affected
The program will not affect insurance eligibility, current providers or how much a provider will get paid. However, in some cases a Provider will see increased payments due to an improvement in HEDIS measure compliance.