The American Academy of Pediatrics publishes a periodicity schedule which recommends a schedule of preventive activities that are in the best interest of children. These preventive activities can help reduce the health disparities of children covered by Medicaid.
- The July 2015 Clinical Newsletter published by Steve Poole, M.D. features an updated table with new billing codes and resources for screening at well visits. Read more…
- The August 2015 Practice Manager Newsletter features information on the Enhanced Primary Care Provider initiative opportunity. Also, the critically important Medicaid provider re-validation process is beginning. This month’s Practice Manager Meeting provides an opportunity for practices to get their questions answered by a panel of Medicaid representatives on this and other programs. Read more…
WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT CCHAP
CCHAP serves a unique role in Colorado by working across the health care system to improve children’s health and their access to health services. This allows CCHAP to take on-the-ground knowledge from doctors and practices up to the policy level and bring policy decisions back to practices for effective implementation. CCHAP staff understands the importance of the full continuum of efforts needed to better children’s health – in the doctor’s office, in the community and at the many tables where policy is being shaped.
CCHAP is the reason we have been able to devote 20% of our practice to children covered by Medicaid. Whether it is advocating for enhanced reimbursements or ensuring all of the elements of a comprehensive Medical Home are in place, CCHAP has taken the lead.
CCHAP is the organization we go to for anything related to Medicaid, CHP+ or underserved children.
Children in Medical Homes coached by CCHAP were more likely on average to have a well-child visit and less likely to visit the emergency room or be hospitalized during the 12-month evaluation period than children receiving care at sites not coached by CCHAP in the Denver Metropolitan area.