Using Multi-Agency, Large-Scale System reform projects including Behavioral Health. A Key to providing Managing Care or the Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care
We also can Restructure Company Efforts Including the Integrating of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorder Agencies
Our Key is to Provide Strategic Planning for Financial Analysis and the Data needs that come after the Assessment.
Transforming Policy to Support New Care Delivery and Payment Models helping to Design and Negotiate New Contracts and Reimbursement Models to Improve Efficiencies and Align New Incentives.
Working Directly with both State and Federal Agencies to Rebalance Services between Institutional and Non-Institutional Settings through Effective Stakeholder Engagement.
We Develop Effective Strategies to Encourage “Whole Person” Service Integration through Managing Care and other Creative Models for Dual Eligibility for other Populations.
We work with a diverse selection of medical professionals, but they all have one thing in common: they don’t have time to worry about technology, billing or insurance, and all the paperwork that goes with it.
• Human resources and personnel management
• Staff education and training
• Coding, billing and collection services
• Providing and managing office space
• Discounts and provision of EHRs and medical equipment
• Regulatory compliance oversight and management
• Credentialing and contract management
• Savings with group purchasing
• Risk management
Medicare is the Nation’s Single Largest Health Program with over 60 Million Beneficiaries.
The program has undergone rapid change as millions more have enrolled in private managed care plans, including those eligible for Medicaid benefits (dual eligibles). Enrollment growth, budget pressures, new political directions and rapid technological change will continue to shape the program’s future.
In response to these pressures, the Medicare program will develop new payment and delivery innovations, impacting health plans, delivery systems, technology companies and providers’ business models. With HMA’s guidance, you are strategically positioned to meet these future changes with success.
More than 30 million Previously Uninsured Americans now have Access to Health Care, either through Medicaid Expansion or Health Insurance Markets.
For the Millions of Americans who are Uninsured this is an Amazing Opportunity for both Health Care Facilitators and Providers.
Due to the change and push for Innovation some Complex new Programs and Options have come to light.
Including tax credits, Purchasing Pools and Expansion of Existing Public Programs.