Groups is a mission-driven medical practice that offers affordable treatment for opioid use disorder in rural communities.
iRhythm developed an outpatient cardiac monitor that has the potential to make diagnosing cardiac arrhythmias more efficient, cost-effective, and convenient.
CHCF provides low-cost loans and equity to support organizations that are developing market-based solutions. Projects must have experienced management, potential for growth and sustainability, prototype-ready products, and customer interest in California.
In a search of private market innovations that improve the way Medicaid health plans serve their members, the CHCF Health Innovation Fund is sponsoring a competition that will award $100,000 to support implementation of a pilot project with a nonprofit safety-net plan. The ACAP Medicaid Innovation Challenge judges will be looking for innovative, emerging companies that enable health plans to make it easier for Medicaid recipients to access needed care and resources.
Read about the challenge in this blog post by Melissa Buckley, director of the CHCF Health Innovation Fund.
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