By Terry Griffin

The Board of Directors for CalOptima, the county organized health system serving Orange County, California, approved a five-year strategic plan. The plan includes $100 million for technology to improve health care delivery and $8 million to launch a Street Medicine Program. The goal is to remove barriers to health care access for members by implementing same-day treatment authorizations and real-time claims payments for providers, and annually assessing members’ social determinants of health. The $100 million investment in technology advancements will not only allow CalOptima to provide same-day treatment authorizations and process real-time provider claims payments, but it will facilitate sharing…
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