Chronic Condition Health Home (for Members)

Your health home is not a building or a place of residence. It's an approach to care that provides you with a team of professionals working together to meet all your healthcare needs. This is an opportunity for you to play a big role in your healthcare and achieve healthier results related to chronic medical conditions.

Who does a Health Home cover?

  • Includes members enrolled in full Medicaid benefits -Medicaid-Medicare members (Duals), adults, children
  • Member must have at least two chronic conditions from below list, or
  • One chronic condition and at-risk (see Addendum E) of a second condition from the list below:
  • Hypertension
  • Overweight
  • Heart Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma
  • Substance Abuse
  • Mental Health

What services are covered by a chronic condition health home?

  • A primary care practitioner that manages all your health care
  • A nurse available to help you identify and achieve your health and wellness goals
  • Access to support services to remove barriers to achieving better health
  • Access to health education and promotion to address smoking, nutrition and physical activity
  • Assistance with transitional care and discharge planning after hospitalization or rehab
  • Assistance in finding community resources and support services
  • Assistance with managing your medication and medical treatments
  • One plan of care that you participate in

How do I apply or get into a chronic condition health home?

It is your choice to become part of a health home. This is a voluntary program, through the engagement of your provider.

Where can I receive services?