Thursday, 13 June 2024

Partnership HealthPlan of California disburses second round of funding in CalAIM Incentive Payment Program

FAIRFIELD, Calif. — Partnership HealthPlan of California, or PHC, has awarded more than $8 million in a second round of state Department of Health Care Services grant funding for community organizations through the CalAIM Incentive Payment Program.

This brings the total to nearly $16.5 million. The grants are awarded to organizations across the 14-county region served by PHC, which administers Medi-Cal benefits for more than 600,000 members.

The grant program supports the launch and sustainability of CalAIM — California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal — a multi-year initiative by DHCS to improve the quality of life and health outcomes of individuals on Medi-Cal by implementing broad delivery system, as well as program and payment reform.

Specifically, the grant program awards funds to providers of Enhanced Care Management and Community Supports, two key elements of the CalAIM initiative.

“We know that health and wellness are about more than a primary care provider treating a patient in a clinic,” said PHC Chief Executive Officer Liz Gibboney. “Enhanced Care Management and Community Supports are part of a broader approach to caring for our members, and we’re happy to support these providers by awarding funds on behalf of DHCS.”

The CalAIM initiative utilizes the Medi-Cal program to help address the multifaceted challenges facing California's most vulnerable residents such as individuals experiencing homelessness, behavioral health care access, children with complex care needs, the growing number of justice-involved populations who have significant clinical needs and the growing aging population.

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Details on the first round of grants can be found here.

Below is a list of the organizations awarded funding in the second round of the PHC CalAIM Grant Program.

Adventist Health: $901,712
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: $66,949
Collabria Day Program: $ 335,892
Committee on the Shelterless (COTS): $436,213
Community Action Marin: $362,116
County of Humboldt Public Health Nursing: $93,375
Nation's Finest: $252,723
Dignity Community Care: Yolo Adult Day Health Center: $281,333
Hope Center: $188,480
Lutheran Social Services of Northern California: $62,643
Marin City Health and Wellness Center: $417,498
Mendocino County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services: $339,106
Redwood Quality Management Co.: $54,272
Ole Health: $431,913
Redwoods Rural Health Center: $370,231
CommuniCare Health Center: $500,000
Long Valley Health Center: $500,000
ResolutionCare, PC Total: $519,721
Ritter Center: $761,758
Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency: $644,243
Sonoma Valley Community Health Center: $217,106
Winters Healthcare: $53,000
Yolo Wayfarer Center dba Fourth and Hope: $425,718

Partnership HealthPlan of California is a nonprofit community-based health care organization that contracts with the state to administer Medi-Cal benefits. PHC provides quality care to over 600,000 Medi-Cal members. Beginning in Solano County in 1994 PHC now provides services to 14 Northern California counties – Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mendocino, Modoc, Napa, Shasta, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Trinity and Yolo.

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