The services and supports being offered through health and human service community-based organizations (CBOs) are increasingly included in health plans (MCOs, commercial insurance). These services and supports address many factors that contribute to a person’s overall well-being—including and beyond physical health. It is important that CBOs are seen as vital partners by health plans for their ability to help design, coordinate, and deliver services, as well as ensure the individuals in their communities receive holistic care that addresses the individual’s overall health and well-being.
Today, most CBOs need to work with health plans and the designated MCOs in their areas as part of their service delivery network. This webinar is designed to provide an executive overview of the changing role of health plans in the health and human service sector, so CBOs are better equipped to understand the landscape and their own role. It also will cover the organizational competencies needed to partner and participate with managed care and in the changing health plan reimbursement models.
This session is part of Social Current and OPEN MINDS’ collaboration on organizational value-based reimbursement competency assessment and preparedness.
Executive Vice President