If you are a specialist organization operating today, payer preferences for community-based care and care coordination is changing the market landscape —and bringing with it new strategic challenges. Delivering “best practice” home- and community-based services requires collaborative, interdisciplinary teams capable of delivering services designed to support integration and inclusion. While there are many discrete services being delivered in the community, there are fewer coordinated service programs—with longitudinal coordination across the medical/behavioral/social system. At our recent 2019 OPEN MINDS Management Best Practices Institute session, Community Integration & Consumer-Centered Care: Building A New Model For Community Living & Participation, we heard from…
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