The Montana Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (CDPHP) Bureau has reduced duplication of work both at the state and local levels by creating a coordinated contract among the bureaus individual programs. Local programs are now making connections for more collaborated outreach, education, and service delivery into the community.
Getting started with network development can be daunting, and many of the experts are so advanced that it’s hard to know how you’ll ever get there. Listen to this panel discussion to hear about early stage experiences, lessons learned, the challenges we faced, helpful resources, and how we moved forward.
Listen to this presentation to learn how we created an integrated network of cross sector partners to grow our A Matter of Balance and Chronic Disease Self-Management Education programs to be the largest and most successful in the state.
An effective value proposition is a statement that paints a clear picture of what you have to offer potential partners, such as health care providers, and how that offering addresses a problem or “pain point” they may have. Listen to this session for tips on how to develop and present your value proposition to enhance your organization’s opportunities to connect your services to health care partners’ needs.
Many state Medicaid agencies are turning to Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) initiatives to enhance the coordination of clinical and community-based services, most often through contracts with Medicaid managed care organizations. Listen to this session for an overview of the MLTSS landscape, and conversations about how CBOs are utilized by leading MLTSS health plans.