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WIHI: Addiction Treatment Demystified: Proven, Practical Steps for Complex Care
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June 21, 2018 | The burgeoning field of “complex care” is identifying new interventions to better address a broad set of needs, including treatment for addiction.
Better Care for Complex Needs
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For individuals with complex health and social needs, high utilization rates (and their associated costs), poor outcomes, and low satisfaction scores indicate that current care systems are not meeting their needs. This article describes five key priorities for health care leaders to consider as their organizations endeavor to improve care for high-need, high-cost individuals.
Signature Healthcare: A Triple Aim Improvement Story
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By creating a process to improve care for the frail elderly Medicare population with complex needs, and by building the supporting infrastructure in primary care, Signature Healthcare was successful in decreasing emergency department utilization and reducing acute admissions while maintaining patient satisfaction. The organization was a participant in the IHI Triple Aim Community from 2012 to 2014.
WIHI: When Everyone Knows Your Name: Identifying Patients with Complex Needs
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January 29, 2015 | A relatively small percentage of the US population accounts for the largest share of health care costs. Everyone knows who we're talking about, right? Well, not exactly.
WIHI: Bright Spots for Patients with Complex Needs
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March 27, 2014 | Interventions and initiatives to better support, care for, and partner with populations with costly and life-draining multiple illnesses and problems have grown in number and effectiveness. On this WIHI, we touch base with some of the people spearheading this work.
Care Coordination Model: Better Care at Lower Cost for People with Multiple Health and Social Needs
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This white paper outlines methods and opportunities to better coordinate care for people with multiple health and social needs, and reviews ways that organizations have allocated resources to better meet the range of needs in this population. The elevated cost of care in this population offers a tremendous opportunity to craft a service delivery plan that meets their needs more effectively at a significantly lower cost.