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  Improving Connecticut's Health Through Information

Care Management

Health care in Connecticut, like the rest of the country, is too often fragmented and uncoordinated causing inefficiencies and lost opportunities to improve health. The CT Health Policy Project is working with policymakers to foster coordinated care starting with person-centered medical homes.

Primary Care Case Management (PCCM): A New Option for HUSKY

Patient-Centered Medical Home Resources

Patient-Centered Medical Home Webinars

June 2011 - The Changing Face of Medicaid and what you can do about it

March 2010 - Workforce Survey of 2010 Connecticut Nursing School Graduates

December 2009 - Patient Centered Medical Homes in National Health Care Reform Proposals

September 2006 - Primary Care Case Management and Medicaid: 2006 Update

March 2003 - PCCM Primer for Policymakers

March 2001 - Chlamydia Focus Group Report  Roundtable to explore barriers to testing and treatment and identify effective solutions

December 2000 - Primary Care Case Management: An Alternative for Medicaid In Connecticut

Issue Briefs

Issue Brief - September, 2010 - Connecticut's Patient-Centered Medical Home Medicare application: An exciting opportunity to improve quality and reduce costs

Issue Brief - June, 2009 - Patient-centered medical homes: How could they help Connecticut?

Issue Brief - April, 2008 - Retail Medical Clinics: What are they and what do they mean for Connecticut?

Issue Brief - March, 2007 - Emergency healthcare for undocumented immigrants in Connecticut

Issue Brief - September, 2006 - Primary Care Case Management - A Better Option for Connecticut Medicaid