Medicaid will soon enhance its primary care case management system by integrating a full patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model of care. This is one of many efforts occurring across the nation to implement the PCMH model to improve clinical quality, enhance patients’ experience, and reduce overall healthcare costs.
All Healthy Connections providers who agree to meet the requirements of becoming a Health Home are eligible to participate. Practices will receive a per-member-per-month payment of $15.50 from Medicaid for eligible Medicaid participants to facilitate implementation of the requirements.
Please complete the form below if you are considering becoming an Idaho Medicaid Health Home provider, would like additional information on the program, or would like information on the number of patients in your clinic that may be eligible for Health Home reimbursement.
Disease Registry Requirements
Access to Care
Patient Satisfaction Survey
Healthy Connections participants who have serious and persistent mental health conditions, diabetes and asthma or diabetes or asthma with an additional risk factor, such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, coronary arterial disease, diseases of the respiratory system, obesity and tobacco use, are eligible.
Joint Principals of a Medical Home
Idaho Medical Home Brochure
Medicaid Directors Letter
State Plan Amendment Summary
Approved Health Home State Plan Amendment
Health Home Rules - See page 300 for this rule change
American Academy of Family Physicians
American Academy of Pediatrics
American College of Physicians
American Osteopathic Association
Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative - Video
Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative - Principals
Safety Net Medical Home
National Committee for Quality Assurance
Primary Care Development Corporation
Idaho Medical Home Collaborative
Chronic Disease Registry
PCMH Patient Brochure tool from Primary Care Collaborative with Merck support