This study examined whether implementing a whole health care model in a community mental health center reduced the use of acute care services and total Medicare expenditures.
Related Publications for HCIA Evaluations: Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse
Implementing a Whole Health Model in a Community Mental Health Center: Impact on Service Utilization and ExpendituresOct 01, 2018
The Effectiveness of a Peer-Staffed Crisis Respite Program as an Alternative to HospitalizationAug 03, 2018
This study assessed whether a peer-staffed crisis respite program implemented in New York City in 2013 reduced emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and Medicaid expenditures for individuals enrolled in Medicaid.
Evaluating the HCIA - Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse Awards: Addendum to the Third Annual ReportJul 14, 2017
This addendum extends the analyses reported in the third annual report.
Evaluating the HCIA - Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse Awards: Third Annual ReportJan 23, 2017
In this third annual report, we focus on the third goal: “telling the story” of each awardee by describing its program objectives, implementation experiences, and participants’ outcomes, using CMMI’s four core measures to the extent possible.
Evaluating the HCIA – Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse Awards: Second Annual ReportMar 01, 2016
In this report, we focus on questions selected in collaboration with our contracting officer representative as the most feasible and important to examine at this stage of the evaluation.
Evaluating the HCIA - Behavioral Health/Substance Abuse Awards: First Annual ReportDec 11, 2014
The Affordable Care Act authorized the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to test innovative health care payment and service delivery models with the potential to lower spending on Medicare, Medicaid, and Children’s Health Improvement...