Harbage Consulting provided significant support to the New York Department of Health in designing the state’s DSRIP program, including providing technical support in program design, waiver financing, and project valuation. We subsequently worked with two New York City hospital systems in implementing DSRIP on the ground by providing technical assistance, strategic guidance and stakeholder engagement support. In addition, we assisted the two Performing Provider Systems in establishing their program governance structures and drafted the DSRIP implementation plans and quarterly data reports on their behalf. For more information on our work with New York’s Performing Provider Systems, see our Case Study.
Harbage Consulting is supporting the California Department of Health Care Services in the planning and implementation of the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (DMC-ODS) waiver program. This program aims to test a new paradigm for the organized delivery of health care services for Medicaid beneficiaries with a substance use disorder (SUD), while also demonstrating how organized SUD care improves outcomes for beneficiaries while decreasing health care costs. Harbage Consulting is:
We are providing policy and clinical expertise and strategic advice to the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources as it develops a Medicaid Section 1115 waiver proposal to provide a comprehensive set of services designed to treat and prevent Substance Use Disorders. Harbage Consulting is supporting state leaders as they think through the elements of the waiver design, determine the expanded set of benefits that will be provided under the waiver, and plan for recruiting and training SUD providers to ensure the state has a strong network of support and treatment options.
Harbage Consulting is providing ongoing support to the California Department of Health Care Services as the state implements its most recent Medi-Cal Section 1115 waiver, which was approved in December 2015. Our team: