This Issue Brief highlights the efforts of four states--Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, and Tennessee--to facilitate provider-level coordination for Medicaid beneficiaries with behavioral health disorders. It describes the financing strategies and specific mechanisms that states are using to improve care coordination. It summarizes some of the key ingredients of these efforts as reported by providers, consumers, agency representatives, and managed care companies in the four states. This information may be useful to federal and state policymakers and other stakeholders as they develop their own initiatives.
Publication DateJan 31, 2015
DocumentcccbhIB.pdf (pdf, 115.92 KB)
TopicsBehavioral Health | Integrated Care | Chronic Homelessness | Housing with Services & Congregate Housing | Housing-Related Services | Access to Services and Benefits & Services Integration
Product TypeASPE Issue Brief