Business Model

APHSA's Business Model for Horizontal Integration of Health & Human Services

The full Business Model is available here.

 

Questions This Guidance Will Answer:

  • What is a business model? 
  • Why is it important to have a defined business model for a public benefits and service delivery system? 
  • What does a modern marketplace experience mean for health and human services? 
  • How will the 21st century business model for government health and human services differ from the current system? 
  • What does the new business model look like? 

 

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APHSA's Implementation Readiness Checklist

The Implementation Readiness Checklist for states and localities helps them determine readiness of their systems and workforce for October 1, 2013; the first of several major deadlines required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Checklist includes a range of questions that will prompt thinking as we move closer to 2014 and beyond. It aims to assist agencies to prepare their systems to continue moving toward horizontal integration in the context of the pressing and long-term statutory deadlines of health care reform and other changes on the policy and implementation horizon.  

 

 

Last Updated: 1/9/17


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