Learn approaches to estimating the number of people who would be eligible for palliative care services under SB 1004, and for understanding their baseline health care use patterns.
SB 1004 Implementation TAS: Overview of Estimating Need and Analyzing Baseline Utilization Patterns (217 K)
Workshop Slides — SB 1004 Technical Assistance Topic 1: Estimating Volume and Baseline Costs (8/2017) (754 K)
SB 1004 Implementation TAS: Condition Codes (87 K)
SB 1004 Implementation TAS: Claims/Authorization Data That Could Be Used to Model Eligibility (52 K)
SB 1004 Implementation TAS: Estimating Eligible Members Based on Current Plan Enrollment (60 K)
SB 1004 Implementation TAS: Method Summary and Possible Metrics for Decedent Analysis (62 K)
SB 1004 Implementation TAS: Accessing Public Use Death Data Files for Health Care Delivery System Improvement (64 K)
Why This Is Important
Generating an estimate of the number of eligible members is an important piece of palliative care service implementation planning. Understanding how eligible members are currently utilizing health care resources can assist in estimating and (eventually) assessing program impact and in targeting outreach/educational efforts.
Presenter: Kathleen Kerr, Kerr Healthcare Analytics
A recording of the webinar, as well as slides and additional resources from the in-person workshop on this technical assistance series (TAS) topic, are available below.
SB 1004 Implementation Resources