As we are examining potentially confusing terms in care coordination it might help to review some software terms as well. As even casual computer users know, software has its own […]

With so many terms floating around in care coordination it can be difficult to keep everything straight, especially when terms sound similar. To help, we’ve done a round-up of common […]

Across the nation, the same healthcare trend is reinforced over and over again: a small portion of all patients disproportionately account for a vast amount of expenditures in money, time, […]

One of the most meaningful developments for Medicaid recipients in recent years has been the drive to increase the accessibility and coordination of care between providers when chronic conditions require […]

The healthcare landscape is fragmented, with services split among varied payers, providers, populations, and community resources. This silo-ed approach has resulted in redundant services and disjointed care plans. As the […]

In the last few years many of the health and human services organizations that serve homeless populations have shifted from a facility-based focus to a more client-centered focus. This change […]

To allow greater flexibility and encourage greater innovation in tackling Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), special waivers are available for each state to relax Medicaid requirements and implement uniquely crafted programs. CMS oversees […]

Work requirements have been part of the eligibility guidelines for public assistance programs across the country for many years. When the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program was created […]

Recently, on October 5, the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) called for the cancellation of MIPS, the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System. This was done in direct response to feedback CMS […]

The dramatic rise in the abuse of opioid drugs in the last two decades has been described simultaneously as a crisis and as an epidemic. Looking at the sobering statistics, […]

Behavioral conditions affect many adults in the United States. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) estimated that in 2015 alone there were about 43 million adults with […]

The month of September represents National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. Each year in the United States more than 41,000 individuals die by suicide. Although suicide occurs in all segments […]

Waivers allow providers to combine conditions and populations in a single waiver and can be combined with a 1915(b) waiver, for managed care.

At Eccovia Solutions we love to highlight the great work our clients and partners are doing to provide patient-centered care in their communities.

Providing healthcare for homeless patients presents some of the most challenging (and costly) conditions in medicine. Patients often have multiple concurrent conditions including a history of poorly managed chronic disease, […]

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