Remote Patient Monitoring in the Safety Net: What Payers and Providers Need to Know
AVIA, Public Health Institute
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a type of telehealth that involves the secure transfer of personal health and medical data to a provider for remote monitoring, care, and support. Providers, payers, and all Californians have an interest in leveraging technologies such as RPM that can assist in the management of chronic illnesses.
Undocumented Projected to Remain California’s Largest Group of Uninsured in 2022
April 13, 2021
Miranda Dietz, Laurel Lucia, Srikanth Kadiyala, Tynan Challenor, Annie Rak, Dylan H. Roby, Gerald F. Kominski
Expanding Health Coverage, Medi-Cal, Coverage Trends
Even after the American Rescue Plan increases premium subsidies for health insurance purchased through Covered California, large inequities remain in who has access to affordable coverage.
Technology Innovation in Medicaid: What to Expect in the Next Decade
Investing in Innovation
To learn what Medicaid innovation to expect over the next decade, Manatt Health surveyed and interviewed over 200 health care leaders across government, providers, plans, tech companies, community-based organizations, and investment firms. The paper explore the future for issues like telehealth, care coordination, social determinants of health, and behavioral health integration.
Dual Purpose: Opportunities for Technology to Help People Enrolled in Medicaid and Medicare
October 30, 2020
Investing in Innovation
A conversation with Andrey Ostrovsky, MD, an angel investor and former chief medical officer of the federal Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services.
Californians with Low Incomes Struggle to Navigate Both Medi-Cal and Medicare
October 28, 2020
Amber Christ, Georgia Burke
Medi-Cal, Health Equity
One might think dual enrollment in Medicare and Medi-Cal should provide relief from health coverage worries, but many of the 1.4 million Californians with low incomes who are enrolled in both programs find it as much a struggle as a help.
Washington State’s Transition to Integrated Physical and Behavioral Health Care in Medicaid
Center for Health Care Strategies
Between 2016 and 2020, Washington State transitioned from three separate Medicaid systems for managing physical health, mental health, and substance use disorder services into one integrated system. This case study offers lessons to other states seeking to advance physical-behavioral health integration.