|CIVHC is pleased to announce the CO Health Change Agent Chat Series, a collection of interviews with boots-on-the-ground organizations and individuals working to advance lower cost and better care for all Coloradans.
Join us for lunch! 12pm-12:30pm on the 4th Friday of every month.
In 2012, the Southeast Health Group (SHG) received a three-year, $1.4 million award from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to develop an integrated care program called TIPPING POINT: Total Integration, Patient Navigation and Provider Training Project.
Tipping Point leaders implemented Health Navigators to identify high-risk patients and work to empower and educate them regarding their health situations. Additionally, they partnered with Otero Junior College to offer a one-year Community Health Worker Certificate and a two-year Associates of Applied Science.
Was Tipping Point a success? Has SHG continued the program?
Were any cost savings realized?
Join us during lunch on Friday, February 24th when CIVHC’s Chief Medical Officer, Jay Want, MD chats with SHG’s Integrated Care Director, Jackie Brown, RN, MSN, APN about developing the Tipping Point project and its outcomes.
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