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Acupera's technology will be integrated into Montefiore's Department of Pediatrics Intensive Case Management Program which serves vulnerable adult and pediatric patients and their families who are enrolled in the Bronx Accountable Healthcare Network (BAHN) Medicaid Health Home Program, of which Montefiore is the lead participant.
By providing intensive case management to patients with complex care needs, the pilot achieved a Return on Investment of $1.
Testing an intensive case management service to provide specialist support for domestic violence victims at high risk of serious harm or death.
It will be a 30-bed housing addition for homeless veterans that will offer intensive case management with wrap around supportive services including job training and placement, substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment and health care.
The man turned out to be one of the youngsters who had been aided by Tchorni and other Somerset County staffers working with at-risk youth, someone who was constantly getting in trouble but managed to turn his life around with the assistance of intensive case management.
CTOs are intended and designed for a unique and small number of patients with serious and persistent mental disorders who have demonstrated that without treatment and intensive supports in the community, they relapse and require hospitalization, or those individuals who pose a risk to public safety if intensive case management is not provided.
This Practice Update examines a simple, low-cost tool for facilitating client-driven goal setting that was developed by LifeWorks Teen Parent Services (TPS), an intensive case management intervention for pregnant and parenting adolescents.
The Care Coordination Program (CCP) provides short term, intensive case management services to the highest risk Medicaid beneficiaries who have one or more of 11 chronic health conditions.