Programs & Initiatives
AccessCare works to improve the quality of medical care and provide cost savings through a variety of evidence-based programs and initiatives:
CHACC Clinical Guidelines
Treatment and Referral Guidelines
A Guide for Parents and Families
CHACC Presentation - September 13, 2012
Case Management for High Cost/High Risk Patients
Targeting patients who have experienced a significant increase in medical costs or emergency department/hospital visits and those at greatest risk with care management follow-up, outreach and education.
Emergency Department Usage
Reducing costly emergency room visits through care management follow-up, outreach, and education to encourage patients to visit primary care providers.
High Pharmacy Usage
Working with providers and patients to encourage usage of the voluntary Prescription Advantage List to control rising pharmacy costs.
Polypharmacy Assisted Living Facility Project
Enlisting local pharmacists to work with local care managers and physicians to review complex drug regimens and make recommendations to patients.
IMPACC (Improving Pediatric Access through Collaborative Care)
Improving care for children with special health care needs by developing connections between the subspecialty care location and medical home of the patient; strengthening pediatric subspecialty capacity and improving care coordination through case management; and establishing models of early intervention and best practices of care.
Reducing the incidence of early childhood caries by training medical providers to provide fluoride varnishings to high-risk children under age three.