The Accountable Health Communities Model (AHCM) is an opportunity to test, over five years, if systemically identifying and attempting to address the health-related social needs (housing, food, utilities, safety, transportation) through referral and community navigation can reduce healthcare costs, inpatient and outpatient utilization, and improve healthcare quality and delivery. This PowerPoint presentation provides a brief overview of the project.
Western Colorado was selected as one of twenty sites across the country to participate in this Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation initiative from May 1, 2017 to April 30, 2022.
Provide Administrative Infrastructure and Support
RMHP is participating in the AHCM because it is in strategic alignment with goals such as coordinating assessment and care planning, addressing the needs of the whole person, and investing in technology and data sharing. It is also in alignment with Colorado Medicaid’s expectations for the Regional Accountable Entity (RAE). AHCM presents an opportunity to accelerate coordination across medical, behavioral and social service providers and better address the social needs of our community members. In addition, this is a meaningful opportunity to provide policy direction and feedback to federal and state policy leaders and to move the entire healthcare system in a positive direction.
RMHP is committed to participating in this opportunity only to the extent that it has a positive impact on the community.
We recognize and thank the Community Partners that have signed an MOU to-date.
Stay informed with latest AHCM updates
Rocky Mountain Health Plans is facilitating a series of meetings to gather input and share information on the model and proposal.
Please view the Community Calendar for all upcoming events and deadlines
Please view the Consortium page for meeting details
AHCM Consortium Meeting 6/9/16
AHCM Western Slope Proposal - Update & Discussion 3/4/16
AHCM Meeting for Community Based Organizations 2/23/16
AHCM Kick-Off Meeting 2/4/16