MHP Salud Executive Summary



Authors: MHP Salud
Year: 2015
State: NatDoc: National Document
Website link: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwiS2uDy8fzwAhUBXawKHT0_AnkQFjAAegQIChAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fapha.confex.com%2Fapha%2F143am%2Fwebprogram%2FHandout%2Fid4243%2FHandout--Oral_326113.pdf&usg=AOvVaw3pUWrevzG9V_zTNC7fIsDJ
Publicly Available: Yes
Billing and Reimbursement:
Certification:
Evidence Generation:
Policy:
Sustainable Financing: General other, How to engage and work with Medicaid, Including community-based CHWs, Reimbursement TA for FQHCs Medicaid etc., Evidence-based interventions, Results from pilots studies etc. that aren't published in formal literature, ROI and bundled payment successes/challenges
Workforce Development: CDC expand CHW work into SDOH, General other (including mention of “employment practices”), Outreach education and TA to employers on CHW generally, Promotores

As part of its “Promotoras Make Cents” study, MHP Salud partnered with four Federally-Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) with CHW programs that targeted specific outcomes: Ampla Health, the Community Health Partnership of Illinois, Whittier Street Primary Care, and Franklin Primary Health Center. Financial data was collected for a period unique to each program. Relevant costs for each program included staff and management salary and benefits (including retirement), outreach supplies, event space rental, communications, mileage and vehicle repair, insurance, promotional expenses, and some training. Outcome data was dependent on program aims, but it included health insurance enrollments and changes in A1C, blood pressure, and weight over time.



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