Health Care Policy & Legislation
Health care policy is an ongoing conversation, one that affects millions of individuals and the health care service organizations that provide care and coverage. Market trends, news updates, and thoughtful policy perspectives are all here for you.
ArticleJune 27, 2022On May 1, 2022, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) expanded its Medicaid Behavioral Health Home (BHH)…
ArticleFebruary 21, 2022At the start of the year, we wrote about one of the emerging trends from 2021—”integrated care” is increasingly happening…
Downloadable ResourceJanuary 18, 2022The types of integration models affect service lines, revenue, margins, and sustainability for providers and the patients they serve. Here…
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