Policy Recommendations for the New Administration

As the federal and state government look to reform the Medicaid system, the next gubernatorial administration has the opportunity to set a national example for the Medicaid program. In collaboration with partners across the state we have developed strategic policy recommendations to improve quality, outcomes, and efficiencies in New Jersey’s Medicaid program. Although the recommendations detailed in the below policy position papers are focused on individuals with the most complexity, the lessons from this work may be applied to the broader Medicaid population, as well as beneficiaries across payor types. It is our hope that the incoming administration is able to use these recommendations to guide their strategies for advancing complex care in New Jersey.

The Policy Position Papers

Recommendations Overview

Housing First

Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

Integrated Data

Community-Based Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations

Introduction to the Camden Coalition

 

National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs: 

Community-Based Care Management

Published on October 30th, 2017