This was submitted to HRSA as the initial Introduction to all of the projects that are now in various stages of implementation.
A brief table that shows the various projects, their goals, the population, and their projected impacts.
Maximizing Outreach, Retention and Enrollment (MORE) Program - design, develop, and implement an outreach plan for the expansion populations of the availability of public health insurance programs and assist newly eligible expansion populations with the application process and how to access health care services in appropriate settings; Project Completed June 2012
Eligibility Modernization: Streamlining the Application Process - streamline the application process by replacing paper documentation with electronic data where possible; develop web-based services for clients; and create interfaces to other State and Federal systems to ease data exchange for the expansions populations making it easier for clients to apply for public health insurance programs;
Adults without Dependent Children and Buy-in for People with Disabilities Implementation - develop potential program designs, including models for premium structures, and cost-sharing provisions for the childless adults and buy-in for individuals with disabilities expansion populations;
Health Access Pueblo Community Share Expansion - design, develop and implement an outreach and marketing plan to new businesses on Pueblo County’s community-share program known as Health Access Program (HAP) to expand coverage to the working uninsured;
San Luis Valley Three- Share Community Start-Up - replicate Pueblo County’s HAP and create health care coverage for the working uninsured for San Luis Valley Health Access Program by using SHAP funding to initially support the “community share;”
Evidence-Based Benefit Design Pilot - create an innovate benefit design tool can be implemented easily and administered efficiently for carriers for the purpose of developing new insurance products targeted at previously uninsured populations.