Our team is focused on identifying and addressing key social barriers to health and uses a range of methods to improve health equity. We are proud to have achieved NCQA Health Equity accreditation and are building off this success to improve our processes and partnerships. We also understand and value the critical roles that local community-based partners, providers and advocacy groups play in meeting the social needs of the community. We aim to be humble partners in our collaborative work to enhance the efficiency and capacity of these partnerships.
Our team is committed to helping mothers and their children by identifying and addressing health, clinical and social barriers they face. Our work for our mothers and kiddos includes “building on the basics” such as increasing immunization rates for children to advocating for additional resources and services, such as culturally aligned doulas, to increase the number of healthy births and put our children on the path toward a long and healthy life.
Our team is identifying ways to improve care coordination and data exchange for individuals enrolled in all our products and services. We know that our member is also a patient and could be a client. Understanding and aligning social, behavioral and clinical services will reduce duplication of services while instilling needed trust in the health care system for our members.
We are focused on ensuring that our operations are providing the data, dollars and education to our partners in a timely and collaborative manner. We know and value our role as committed stewards to the limited state and federal resources that support our members. We know that through operational excellence and stewardship, we can meet the needs of our members while protecting the financial and programmatic integrity of the Wisconsin Medicaid Program.