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Spreading Innovations in Health Care Delivery


This website, endorsed by Maryland’s Stakeholder Innovation Group, offers a glimpse at how many of Maryland’s health care providers and community organizations are working together to improve care delivery.

We urge you to use this site to share innovative programs and practices that improve the health of Maryland’s communities.



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Case Study Form

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Please complete the fields below to participate in Maryland's "innovation inventory" survey. The information you share will be used to populate the inventory, where other health care providers and organizations can learn about your innovations. It also may be used to identify candidates for additional investment or by community partners who may want to help expand upon successful programs.

All fields are mandatory and must be completed. If you have no data to include in that field, please use N/A.

Improved care coordination
Improved behavioral health outcomes
Improved health outcomes
Reductions in health disparities
Reduced readmissions
Increased use of preventive and primary care
Reduced utilization of post-acute care
Reduced transitions from post-acute care/long-term care
Reduced avoidable utilization
Reduced spending
Other
Yes
No
Care coordination/management
Patient assessment tools
Care transitions
Patient education/coaching/self-management
Multidisciplinary care teams
Patient care plans
Advance care plans/advance directives
Community health workers
Interventions to address social determinants of health
Protocols/agreements with care partners
Telehealth/connected patient technologies
Risk stratification
CRISP tools (e.g., Encounter Notification Service)
Other
Physicians' office (Specialty)
Physicians' office (Primary care)
Hospital / Health system
Skilled nursing facility
Home health care
Rehabilitation center
Hospice
Nursing home
Behavioral health provider (e.g., mental health and/or substance abuse)
Non-clinical setting
Other
Medicaid
Dual Eligibles (Medicare-Medicaid enrollees)
Privately Insured
Medicare / Older Adults
Individuals with multiple chronic conditions
Individuals with one specific chronic condition
Frail / Disabled
Younger Adults
Children
Other
Allegany
Anne Arundel
Baltimore
Baltimore City
Calvert
Caroline
Carroll
Cecil
Charles
Dorchester
Frederick
Garrett
Harford
Howard
Kent
Montgomery
Prince George's
Queen Anne's
St. Mary's
Somerset
Talbot
Washington
Wicomico
Worcester
Process of care measures
Patient outcome measures
Patient experience/satisfaction measures
Other
Yes
No
Shared savings
Bundled payments
Bonus payments
PMPM payments
Shared resources (e.g., IT Infrastructure)
Other
None
Yes
No
What are/were the expected results in improved outcomes, population health, and cost savings?
Yes, expected results were achieved
Results are expected but not yet achieved
Some of the expected results were achieved
No, expected results were not achieved