Integrating the treatment of mental-health and physical care can help relieve suffering and reduce some of the burden on the healthcare budget.
In a March 29, 2016 article in The Atlantic by Dr. Maralyssa Bann highlighted “The Impossibility of Managing a Chronic Disease While Homeless.”
CORE found when Medicaid patients moved into one of the housing properties included in the study, their health care experience changed dramatically.
There is growing momentum among local, state, and federal policymakers to develop housing options for the homeless with complex health care needs.
On August 27, 2015, the Good Care Collaborative and the NJ Health Care Quality Institute are hosting a roundtable discussion on Medicaid reform.
CHCs primarily serve extremely low- income patients and those on Medicaid or CHIP, including some supportive housing residents.
On April 29, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., the National Health Care for the Homeless Council will hold a webinar, “Financing Supportive Housing Services.”
National Health Care of the Homeless will host its 2015 Conference & Policy Symposium Thursday, May 7, 2015 to Saturday, May 9, 2015.
Monarch was pleased to sign on to a letter urging the NJ Congressional delegation to support reauthorizing Children’s Health Insurance Program.
The overflow may well find themselves getting treatment at the 20 federally funded clinics in the state that offer basic medical care to all.