Model of Care- Provider Program

Model of Care- Provider Program

Model of CareProvider Program This Model of Care Program only applies to those Members enrolled in Freedom and Access plans Developed by: Quality Improvement Revised: 09/24/2015 EC Internal Approval_086_MOC_Provider Program_10152015 Model of Care - Provider Program Key Terms and Acronyms Term / Acronym Definition Dual Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) A type of Medicare Advantage Coordinated Care Plan focused on dual-eligible Medicare beneficiaries. D-SNPs offer the opportunity of enhanced benefits by combining Medicare and Medicaid cost sharing and/or benefits

available. D-SNP providers will help dual eligible members access needed services through both their Medicare and Medicaid wraparound benefits for which they are eligible. Health Risk Assessment (HRA) The HRA is a tool used to determine the Members level of health and functioning. Individualized Care Plan (ICP) Developed by the Interdisciplinary Care Team based upon the HRA and comprehensive assessment of the member, with input from the member/caregiver, provider(s), and a care manager. Interdisciplinary Care Team (ICT) The ICT includes the members care manager, caregiver

(if applicable), primary care physician, and any other health care professional providing care to the member. Examples of health care professionals are the members pharmacist, specialist providers, nurses, etc. Key Terms and Acronyms Term / Acronym Definition Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA) Passed by Congress, the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA) amends the requirements applicable to Special Needs Plans (SNPs) for plan years as of January 1, 2010. MIPPA includes new policies requiring Medicare Advantage plans to institute accountability measures to reduce health disparities through increased access to preventive and mental health services.

Special Needs Plans (SNPs) A type of Medicare Advantage Coordinated Care Plan focused on certain vulnerable groups of Medicare beneficiaries including: Institutionalized Dual-eligible Beneficiaries with severe or disabling chronic conditions SNPs are designed to improve care for Medicare beneficiaries with special needs through improved coordination and continuity of care. Objectives Upon completing this training, clinical personnel will be able to: Describe Easy Choice Health Plan Model of Care (MOC) Program Explain the member experience related to Easy Choices MOC Program Identify what provider participation is needed to make Easy

Choice Health Plans MOC Program a success Locate supplemental documentation relating to Easy Choice Health Plans MOC Program including: The provider notice The D-SNP Model of Care Self-Study Program A sample care plan Attest they were presented with, read, and understood the educational materials for the Easy Choice Health Plan Model of Care for D-SNP members Model of Care Overview Our Model of Care Program helps to improve Easy Choice Health Plans dual-eligible members access to services and coordination of care. The Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA) of 2008 includes: New policies to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities within the Medicare population. New accountability measures for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans to increase access to preventive and mental health services. D-SNPs and providers will help dual-eligible members access needed

services through both their Medicare and Medicaid wraparound benefits for which they are eligible. Model of Care Overview Our focused Model of Care Program targets dual-eligible members enrolled in one of our Dual Special Needs (DSNP) Plans: Access D-SNPs are available in Fresno, San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties Freedom D-SNPs are available in Los Angeles County. The program targets improvement by: Coordinating care through Case Management Coordinating Transitions of Care across health care settings and providers Providing access to preventive health services including medical, social and mental services designed to improve member health Model of Care Provider Version The Member Experience

2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. The Member Experience - HRA All Easy Choice Health Plan D-SNP Members will be outreached to receive a comprehensive Health Risk Assessment (HRA) to identify individual needs. The HRA determines the members level of health and functioning by using this and a comprehensive assessment conducted by a case manager. Easy Choice Health Plan, with the help of the member/designated caregiver and the members provider(s), develops an ICP for each DSNP member. The Member Experience Case Management Each HRA is reviewed by a case manager to:

Assess the members current medical and psychosocial needs Identify members of the Interdisciplinary Care Team (ICT) The ICT is comprised of: Members case manager Member/caregiver (if applicable) Primary care physician (PCP) Any other health care professional providing care to the member including: Members pharmacist, any specialist providers, nurses, etc. Anyone the member wishes to attend (e.g., spouse, children) The Member Experience Case Management If the case manager is unable to contact the member once the initial HRA is completed or

the member refuses to enroll in care management: A clinical review of the HRA will be performed, an ICP will be developed based on the findings and the PCP will be sent a letter and a copy of the ICP for further review The Member Experience Case Management Following the HRA, all D-SNP members who choose to participate in the Case Management Program will: Complete a Comprehensive Assessment, conducted by a case manager, to be used with the HRA and Clinical Practice Guidelines to develop the Individualized Care Plan (care plan). Participate with a case manager to develop and agree upon their care plan. This will be shared with the members of the ICT for input and finalization of the members care plan. Receive regular telephonic contact with their assigned case manager to monitor progress/regression towards goals of the care plan. Benefit from ongoing communication between the case manager and other members of

the ICT. Receive at minimum, an annual HRA. Low Medium High Note: Members can expect to move up or down the continuum of care based on their changing health care needs Model of Care Provider Version Provider Participation 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Provider Participation What If no case management? D-SNP members who cant be contacted by Easy Choice Health Plan or who refuse

the Case Management Program: Will have an initial communication plan created and sent to their usual practitioner to: Obtain additional information about the member Individualize the members care plan. We encourage the PCPs to discuss case management participation with their members and refer them to us at any time Care Transitions All D-SNP members who undergo a transition of care from one setting to any other setting will receive: Communication from case management Contact after discharge from one level of care to the next or home Education on transition and transition prevention Providers will receive communication about the members transition and any other status changes related to the members health. 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Provider Participation - Collaboration Ongoing participation from

members and providers is essential to the success of the MOC program. As the medical home for D-SNP members, you are a necessary participant on the members ICT. Easy Choice Health Plan requests your ongoing participation to ensure that D-SNP members have comprehensive access to services and meaningful coordination of care. 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Provider Participation Responsibilities You as a provider, are responsible for: Reviewing the proposed care plan faxed for each Easy Choice Health Plan D-SNP member for whom you provide care Providing any necessary additional information about the members care to ensure that the care plan is complete and accurate

Updating each care plan when necessary by faxing any changes or additions back to Easy Choice Health Plan Discussing the care plan with each Easy Choice Health Plan DSNP member for whom you provide care Communicating with the ICT as requested to ensure optimal coordination of care and transition of care for the member Encouraging member participation in case management 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Provider Participation - Communication You will receive member care plans throughout the year for existing and new members, including each time the care plan is updated. Both members and providers can expect communication in the following ways: Mail Telephone Fax (providers only) Your participation ensures the member understands their care plan and receives needed care.

Case managers will facilitate regular communication with the provider on behalf of the members. To reach Easy Choice Health Plans Case Management Department, call 1-866-999-3945 Monday- Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. D Pr -SN og P ra M m OC Sa S m el f pl -S e tu Ca re

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pl am e Supplements Easy Choice Health Plan has provided Model of Care supplements to aid your participation. These supplements can be found on the Easy Choice Health Plan.com website. To access these materials, follow these instructions:

Type the address below into your web browser address bar http://www.easychoicehealthplan.com/provider.php 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Supplements Provider Notice (Letter) Is a notice sent via fax to all PCPs of Easy Choice Health Plan D-SNP members. If you did not receive the fax, please provide a correct fax number to your representative to ensure you receive important notifications in the future. Please select the appropriate state resources for the most accurate information. A copy of this document can be found

on the Easy Choice Health Plan Website 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Supplements D-SNP Model of Care Self-Study Program Is a quick reference tool outlining your responsibilities A copy of this document can be found on the Easy Choice Health Plan Website 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Supplements Sample Care Plan This is a sample of an Easy Choice Health Plan care plan and letter and what information is included. A copy of this document can be found on the Easy Choice Health Plan

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Choice Health Plan System. Social Services Optical 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Dental Disease Managemen t Summary After completing this training, you should now be able to: Describe Easy Choice Health Plans Model of Care (MOC) Program Explain the member experience related to Easy Choice Health Plans MOC Program Identify what provider participation is needed to make Easy Choice Health Plans MOC Program a success Locate Supplemental Documentation relating to Easy Choice Health

Plans MOC Program including: The provider notice The D-SNP Model of Care Self-Study Program A sample care plan Attest you were presented with, read, and understood the educational materials for the Easy Choice Health Plan Model of Care for D-SNP members 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Training Completion Attestation We hope you have found the Model Of Care Training helpful There is one last step in completing this training: the attestation For reporting purposes, you must now verify that you have completed this training. If you do not complete the attestation form for this training, our reporting will indicate you have not completed this requirement and YOU WILL NOT BE IN COMPLIANCE. To send the attestation follow these instructions: 1.Print the Attestation Form (on the next slide) 2.Complete the Attestation Form

3.Scan and save the completed Attestation Form to your computer 4.Return to your IPA/Medical Group Representative We very much appreciate your collaboration and the care and services you provide to your patients our members. 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc. Attestation for Model of Care Training Provider _________ I attest that I have received and read the WellCare/ Easy Choice Health Plan Model of Care (MOC) training. (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Regulation 42 CFR 422.102(f)(2)(ii). _________ I attest that I am willing to participate in the MOC requirements for the members for whom I provide care. Such activities may include providing information to the Case Manager, updating the care plan when necessary, discussing the care plan with the ECHP Case Manager and communicating with the Interdisciplinary Care Team as requested. Signature: _________________________________________Printed Name: __________________________________ Date: ________________________________ Organization Name: _________________________________________

Return this attestation to your IPA Medical Groups Representative for Easy Choice Health Plan 2015 Easy Choice Health Plan Health Plans Inc.

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