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About half of New York State’s total Health Home member enrollment is on Relevant, and growing. More than 100 care management agencies use our platform every day to collaborate on care and track progress for members.
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Health Homes is a major initiative to intervene with high-risk Medicaid patients. The program was launched in 2010, as part of the Affordable Care Act and spends approximately $500 million per year in New York State. Health Homes is also active in 20 other states plus Washington, D.C.
Health Home patients may have multiple chronic conditions, substance use challenges, or serious mental illness; they might be homeless or incarcerated. The goal is to improve health outcomes for these patients while also reducing total system costs, with a special focus on preventing unnecessary hospitalizations.
Our platform is a key part of the technical infrastructure that makes this work in New York. Dozens of organizations, from hospitals like Mount Sinai to community-based organizations like Housing Works and The Alliance, use it to collaborate on patient care and track progress for Health Home patients.