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Patient Information Sharing Framework

MeHAF’s Access to Quality Care (A2QC) program was established to help health care and social services providers implement transformation of care delivery in ways that are informed by and address the needs of individuals who are uninsured.  As new payment and quality improvement strategies are put into place for all patients, the program sought to ensure coordinated, high quality services for uninsured individuals and those with particular barriers to care such as homelessness, mental illness, and substance use disorders.  One of the A2QC projects, the Mercy Hospital-led “Medical Neighborhood,” developed new ways of sharing patient data to support a new, patient-centered and holistic approach to delivering a broad array of services to some of Portland’s most vulnerable residents.  

Updated as of: April 11, 2017
Mental Health Status and Access to Health Care Services for Adults in Maine

Access to health care services is critically important to individuals’ health and well-being, yet Maine residents’ ability to obtain needed health care or maintain an ongoing relationship with a personal doctor are not uniform across different population groups. In Maine, access to care may be affected by factors such as financial resources, education, age, race/ethnicity, and other characteristics. Individuals with mental health conditions or poorer mental health status may be at heightened risk of access barriers because of more limited financial resources or other challenges in obtaining needed services. Using the Maine Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) for the years 2012-2014, this brief examines disparities in access to health care services for Maine adults based on self-reported mental health status.

Updated as of: February 02, 2017
Maine Rural Health Innovations Briefs

This series of briefs was produced in conjunction with the Maine Rural Health Research Center to describe robust and innovative models and strategies from Maine and other parts of the country related to the areas of health finance and payment, governance, workforce, and service delivery that have the potential to be replicated or adapted here in Maine.

Updated as of: November 14, 2016
Access to Health Care Services for Adults in Maine
Updated as of: October 17, 2016
Maine Rural Health Profiles

Maine Rural Health Profiles offers a detailed look at the status of rural health and the rural health system, both statewide and in each of the state’s 16 counties. Prepared by the Maine Rural Health Research Center, the report provides critical data and information to apprise stakeholders and inform conversations about developing a more sustainable, high-performing rural health system for Maine’s rural communities.

Maine Rural Health Profiles uses a combination of narrative and maps to discuss and illustrate both the degree of rurality in each county and how the data reported reflect rural health challenges and opportunities. The report is based on existing secondary data and includes data published by the Maine Shared Health Needs Assessment & Planning Process (SHNAPP) and the County Health Rankings.

Updated as of: September 26, 2016
Uninsured Adults in Maine 2013 and 2014--December 2015

This report highlights information about access to insurance and health care services from the ongoing federal/state public health survey, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS).  The BRFSS surveys a random sample of Maine people throughout the year.  Results from 2013 and 2014 surveys are included in the report.

Updated as of: January 09, 2016
Maine Residents Report on Health Insurance and Cost of Health Care--September 2015

This report summarizes results from the Health Reform Monitoring Survey (HRMS), which samples panels of respondents nationally and in Maine to follow trends in insurance coverage as well as access to health care services, unmet health care needs, and difficulty paying medical bills.  This point-in-time survey was completed in December 2013 and December 2014.

Updated as of: January 08, 2016
Expanding Access with Not-For-Profit Dental Practices
Updated as of: September 01, 2015
Estimated State Budget Impact of a MaineCare Expansion in 2016
Updated as of: April 28, 2015
Health Data and Financing and Delivery System Reform: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
Updated as of: February 28, 2015
Regional Assister Roundtables
Updated as of: June 30, 2014
Health Reform Monitoring Survey - Maine - revised

MeHAF-funded December 2013 state-wide survey results using a Maine oversample from the national Health Reform Monitoring Survey focused on coverage, affordability, and access barriers.

Updated as of: March 31, 2014
MaineCare Actuarial Value Benefit Assessment

Maine Department of Health and Human Services contracted with Deloitte Consulting for an actuarial analysis to determine whether childless adults covered under Maine’s Section 1115 waiver would be eligible for enhanced Federal Matching Assistance Percentage expenditures under the Affordable Care Act.

Updated as of: January 31, 2014
Oral Health Workforce in Maine

The Maine Oral Health Funders contracted with the State University of New  York Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS) to study the distribution and type of oral health professionals in Maine relative to access to oral health care in the state. Dentists, Registered Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants responded to surveys about their practices and work.

Updated as of: December 31, 2012

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