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Best Practice for a Community High Utilization Program – Common Community IT Platform

Critical to the success of any community-wide high utilization program is the ability to share pertinent information amongst community members.  This is particularly challenging within the healthcare industry, where health systems utilize a wide number of information platforms and information is rarely shared across platforms.  And added to this we must consider the sensitive nature .. more

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Best Practice for a Community High Utilization Program: Community Resource Engagement

High utilization patients are typically identified as having high emergency department visits, frequent hospital admissions, or high medical cost utilization. But in almost every case these patients are high utilizers of a vast number of community resources. True patient and community improvement occur only when we can identify these resources and engage them all in .. more

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Best Practice for a Community High Utilization Program – Staff live in communities being served

A small but significant portion of individuals in communities around the country struggle with psychosocial issues – homelessness, mental health challenges, substance use and addiction, and/or challenging medical conditions. Their needs often go unmet, leading to high resource utilization or crisis events. They are typically identified by meeting one or more of the following criteria: .. more

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Improving care for high resource patients

An opportunity too costly to miss out on We have an opportunity within healthcare to make an impact – a huge impact… Healthcare costs now consume 18% of the GDP, $3.5 trillion in 2017 (1).  But a very small cohort of individuals account for an inordinate amount of this expenditure – the Department of Health .. more

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CBC Solutions’ Model of Care

CBCS’s base model of care involves an annual enrollment fee per member, with dramatically reduced annual renewal fees.  These fees are based on a guaranteed costs reduction of 30% within the first year of program implementation.  This service model is not intended to replace existing models of service within the community and/or organization; indeed, our .. more

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