Training for Healthcare Professionals
Table of Content:
1. Differentiating Federal, State, and Local or County Funding for Government Resources and Services
1.1 Section 504 of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Federal Funding
1.2 Government-Funded Medical Healthcare and Social Services
1.3 Specific Criteria Required to Receive Funding from Different Government Sources
1.4 Difference between entitlement and eligibility for receiving government funding
1.5 Affordability Care Act and the Identification of the Disability for Healthcare Coverage.
1.6 Common documentations needed to meet the eligibility criteria for receiving funds
2. Maximizing the usage of needed resources and services from federal, state, local, and managed care organizations
2.1 Follow-up Steps for Receiving Funds after Being Determined Eligible for Receiving Services
2.2 Governmental role in recognizing integrated healthcare services and long-term services and supports
2.3 Major Medicaid and CHIP-related Provisions of the Affordable Care Act and Related Policy Guidelines
2.4 Shifting Away of Healthcare System from A “Medical Model” to An Integrated Holistic Healthcare Approach
3. Different ways to maximize the usage of needed resources and services from federal, state, locale, and managed care organizations
3.1 Collaborative Policies Related to Federal, State, Local, and Managed Care Organizations that enforce the continuity of care
3.2 Care Coordination
3.2.1 Development of Care Coordination Workforce is an Important Requirement
3.3 What is Navigation Services
3.3.1 Importance of Navigation Services
3.4 How to Address an Individual’s Psycho-Social Needs as a Means of Holistic Care
3.5 Most Commonly Accepted Qualifications for Care Coordinators
3.6 The Role of the Secretary of Health and Human Services as per the Affordable Care Act
4. How to Maximize the Usage of Needed Resources and Services from Federal, State, Local, and Managed Care Organizations
4.1 Person Centered Planning Related to Long Term Managed Services and Supports
4.2 Plans related to person-centered service
4.3 Documentation Process Related to Written Person-Centered Service Planning
4.4 Modifications Required for Written Person-Centered Service Planning
4.5 Outcome Of Quality-Driven Person-Centered Service Planning
4.6 Concerns Reported by CMS Regarding Various Home Based Services
4.7 Core Strategies that Promote Person-Centered Service Systems
4.8 Beneficial Effects of ACA in Providing Integrated Healthcare with the Expansion of Medicaid
5. Expert consultation services are available to individuals with complex healthcare conditions and disabilities in local government and community based organizations
5.1 Explain the concepts that improve the coordination among the multiple stakeholders
5.2 Five Core Concepts that Improve Coordination Of Care for Medicare/Medicaid Consumers
5.3 Disability-Competent Care
5.4 Three Core Values of the Disability-Competent Care Model
5.5 Seven Pillars of the Disability-Competent Care Model
5.6 Disability Competency of an Organization
5.7 Disability-Competent Care model with the individual needs of the participant
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