Report to Congress: Demonstration Project on Community Health Integration Models in Certain Rural Counties, Interim Report 2018
Provides an overview of and first year findings from the Frontier Community Health Integration Project Demonstration (FCHIP), which includes 10 Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) in three states: North Dakota, Montana, and Nebraska. The demonstration intends to increase the quality and coordination of care, with focuses on access to and payments for telehealth, ambulance services, and skilled nursing facility/nursing facility beds, as well as related regulatory challenges.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Critical Access Hospitals · Emergency medical services · Frontier and remote areas · Healthcare quality · Medicare · Policy · Service delivery models · Swing bed services · Telehealth · Montana · Nebraska · North Dakota