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Obamacare and CriminalJustice New YorkDevelopmentsTracie M GardnerOctober 22 2013.
Legal Action Center who we are Country s only public interest law and policyorg focused on with addiction criminal records and HIV AIDS Co Chair national Coalition for Whole Health .
over 100 national state and local membersadvocating for strong ACA implementation for Focus on expanding access to care for peoplewith SUD HIV AIDS and people in the criminaljustice system promoting health care not.
criminal justice responses to addiction Executive Changes on PublicSafety and Health It is of compelling public importance that the Stateconduct a fundamental restructuring of its Medicaid.
program to achieve measurable improvement in healthoutcomes sustainable cost control and a more efficientadministrative structure Governor Andrew M Cuomo January 5 2011 Governor Cuomo Announces Closure of Seven State.
Prison Facilities Action fulfills Governor s pledge tomake appropriate changes based on declining inmatepopulation and provides 184 million in savings to statetaxpayers over next two years June 30 2011 Maximizing the ACA for criminal.
justice involved individualsMajor opportunities for the CJ Population Significantly close the insurance and treatment Better ensure that our constituencies have all oftheir complex health needs met.
Shift to new payers less reliance on unstablefunding streams Foster a paradigm shift in the criminal justicesystem for people with SUD opportunities ateach intercept.
It s prison stupid New research shows precisely howthe prison to poverty cycle doesits damage Unlike men the.
highest concentrationof women living withHIV AIDS falls almostentirely within thehighest poverty.
neighborhoods in the LAC role in bringing Health andCJ together Medicaid suspension vs termination Early efforts in NY to facilitate Medicaid.
applications for people who are about toleave prison LAC provided information about provision ofMedicaid law that allows federalreimbursement for certain institutional care.
provided in the community for people in New York Work Overarching goal improve health careaccess and health outcomes for individualsat all stages of involvement in New York.
State s criminal justice system utilizingopportunity of recent and ongoing federaland state health care reform efforts Opportunities for the CriminalJustice System NYS.
Improve Health and Reduce Recidivism andIncarceration of Criminal Justice Population by 1 Enrolling Them in Medicaid and 2 Linking them to and providing them thehealth and other care.
Link Individuals in the Criminal Justice Systemto Health Homes front and back end Inclusion of criminal justice services in the MA Sequential Intercept Model A teaching Health Homes.
Health homes are meant to build on othercare coordination models to create linkagesto community and social supports enhancecoordination of physical health mentalhealth and substance use care and to.
improve health outcomes for high cost Health Home Highest RiskPopulation Multiple Co occurring Complex DiseaseChronic Episode Diagnostic Categories so Care MUST Be IntegratedHealth Home Eligibles Adults 21 Years.
With a Predictive Risk Score 75 or Higher n 27 752 Percent of Adult Recipients with Co Occurring ConditionSevere Subst Congest mic COPD Mental Mental ance Hyper Hyper ive Heart Heart Osteo Bronch KidneyCondition Total Illness Illness Abuse tension lipidemia Diabetes Asthma Failure Disease HIV Obesity arthritis iectasis Epilepsy CVD Disease.
Severe Mental Illness 43 5 100 0 74 7 77 2 33 8 28 1 23 2 34 1 6 8 8 5 9 6 14 8 23 2 13 9 20 1 31 9 10 9Mental Illness 46 2 70 4 100 0 70 9 42 0 33 7 28 0 35 8 11 0 12 6 8 7 16 9 29 9 17 8 19 4 41 0 16 4Substance Abuse 54 4 61 9 60 3 100 0 35 4 25 9 21 4 32 8 7 5 9 4 11 2 10 7 23 1 14 5 16 4 34 4 11 2Hypertension 37 6 39 1 51 6 51 1 100 0 47 4 41 4 30 7 28 2 22 1 5 6 17 8 29 3 22 6 13 9 62 2 30 8Hyperlipidemia 29 8 41 0 52 2 47 1 59 8 100 0 54 9 37 7 27 8 33 4 5 6 23 6 30 9 25 1 15 0 70 4 31 5.
Diabetes 27 8 36 3 46 5 41 8 56 0 58 8 100 0 35 4 25 7 25 3 5 4 24 3 28 1 22 8 13 2 64 9 34 3Asthma 28 3 52 4 58 5 62 9 40 8 39 7 34 8 100 0 15 3 17 4 12 3 22 0 34 3 33 0 16 7 47 7 18 4Congestive Heart Failure 13 4 22 1 37 9 30 6 79 5 61 9 53 5 32 3 100 0 41 2 4 1 21 1 26 1 33 9 8 9 100 0 50 3Angina Ischemic HD 12 2 30 5 47 8 41 8 68 2 81 5 57 6 40 3 45 1 100 0 4 6 24 1 33 8 31 5 11 7 100 0 41 9HIV 8 3 50 2 48 4 73 5 25 2 20 0 18 1 41 9 6 7 6 8 100 0 4 9 26 6 16 4 13 2 31 1 17 9.
Obesity 12 7 50 5 61 4 45 8 52 6 55 4 53 1 49 0 22 2 23 1 3 2 100 0 39 3 25 7 16 5 60 1 27 2Osteoarthritis 22 1 45 7 62 7 56 8 49 9 41 8 35 5 44 0 15 8 18 7 10 0 22 7 100 0 25 5 15 1 52 0 24 9COPD Bronchiectasis 15 5 38 8 53 0 50 6 54 7 48 1 40 7 60 1 29 2 24 8 8 7 21 0 36 1 100 0 14 0 67 2 27 0Epilepsy 13 5 65 1 66 6 66 3 38 8 33 2 27 2 35 1 8 9 10 6 8 1 15 6 24 8 16 2 100 0 41 1 16 3CVD 41 9 33 2 45 3 44 6 55 9 50 2 43 1 32 3 32 0 29 2 6 2 18 3 27 4 25 0 13 2 100 0 35 4.
Kidney Disease 18 8 25 2 40 4 32 4 61 5 49 9 50 6 27 6 35 8 27 2 7 9 18 3 29 1 22 3 11 7 78 6 100 0Total 100 0 43 5 46 2 54 4 37 6 29 8 27 8 28 3 13 4 12 2 8 3 12 7 22 1 15 5 13 5 41 9 18 8Note Diagnosis History During Period of July 1 2010 through June 30 2011 Preliminary 2011 NYC CJ Sample of 2 055 unique Medicaid IDs from.
NYC CJ data 1 121 members matched to Medicaid IDs matched to the calendar year2011 Health Home eligible population Health Home Eligibles in NYS 1M Medicaid Members out of 5M .
1 2 LongDevelopmental Term CareDisabilities 197 549 47 760Recipients Recipients.
9 919 PMPM 5 163 PMPM 5 6 BillionTotal Complex 83 DualN 1 050 385 2 366 PMPM 28 2 Billion.
55 MMC 7 3 Billion 3 7 Billion13 Dual 23 Dual66 MMC 67 MMC 4 All Other 3 Mental Health Chronic.
ConditionsSubstance Abuse 418 677 Recipients 386 399 1 540 PMPM Recipients 841.
Time Period July 1 2010 June 30 2011 test Workgroup on CJ and Health Engage the criminal justice population inhealth homes by creating 6 health home pilotsthat will pioneer effective engagement of.
people in state prisons local jails andprobation and alternative toincarceration reentry programs Identify models for successful collaborationsbetween the health care and criminal justice.
systems to engage and serve this populationmost effectively Focus on expanding access to care for people with SUD, HIV/AIDS and people in the criminal justice system; promoting health care not criminal justice responses to addiction. Legal Action Center -- who we are: Advocate for the expansion of services and resources for these issues

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