Continuum of Care Sample Clauses

Continuum of Care. An Orange County group composed of representatives of relevant organizations that serve homeless and formerly homeless persons that are organized to plan for and provide, as necessary, a system of services to address the various needs of homeless persons and persons at risk of homelessness.
Continuum of Care. Contractor will involve client in treatment plans that include a continuity of care plan beginning with the initial assessment focusing on the client’s resources, issues, and strengths. The plans will be evaluated and evolve during the course of the client’s engagement with the Contractor. The plans and any modifications will be documented in the client’s file. Contractor will also document referrals and linkages to other services and providers.
Continuum of Care. Contractor shall involve client in treatment plans that include a continuity of care plan beginning with the initial assessment focusing on the client’s resources, issues, and strengths. The plans shall be evaluated and evolve during the course of the client’s engagement with the Contractor. The plans and any modifications shall be documented in the client’s file. Contractor shall also document referrals and linkages to other services and providers. Referrals may include, but are not limited to: medical, mental health, legal, dental, educational, vision, housing services and the State Department of Rehabilitation, which assists with financial aid for education and work materials. To ensure continuity of care, the Contractor shall monitor the client’s initial contact and follow-up appointments.
Continuum of Care a. Supervise and staff all aspects of CoC process.
Continuum of Care. Briefly describe the continuum of care operated by your organization and how you would utilize all the resources of your organization to strengthen your ESP, meet the stated goals of ESP and this procurement, and benefit the individuals and families served.

Related to Continuum of Care

  • Continuity of Care OMPP is committed to providing continuity of care for members as they transition between various IHCP programs and the Contractor’s enrollment. The Contractor shall have mechanisms in place to ensure the continuity of care and coordination of medically necessary health care services for its Hoosier Healthwise members. The State emphasizes several critically important areas where the Contractor shall address continuity of care. Critical continuity of care areas include, but are not limited to:  Transitions for members receiving HIV, Hepatitis C and/or behavioral health services, especially for those members who have received prior authorization from their previous MCE or through fee-for-service;  Transitions for members who are pregnant;  A member’s transition into the Hoosier Healthwise program from traditional fee- for-service or HIP;  A member’s transition between MCEs, particularly during an inpatient stay;  A member’s transition between IHCP programs, Members exiting the Hoosier Healthwise program to receive excluded services;  A member’s exiting the Hoosier Healthwise program to receive excluded services;  A member’s transition to a new PMP;  A member’s transition to private insurance or Marketplace coverage; and  A member’s transition to no coverage. In situations such as a member or PMP disenrollment, the Contractor shall facilitate care coordination with other MCEs or other PMPs. When receiving members from another MCE or fee-for-service, the Contractor shall honor the previous care authorizations for a minimum of thirty (30) calendar days from the member’s date of enrollment with the Contractor. Contractor shall establish policies and procedures for identifying outstanding prior authorization decisions at the time of the member’s enrollment in their plan. For purposes of clarification, the date of member enrollment for purposes of the prior authorization time frames set forth in this section begin on the date the Contractor receives the member’s fully eligible file from the State. Additionally, when a member transitions to another source of coverage, the Contractor shall be responsible for providing the receiving entity with information on any current service authorizations, utilization data and other applicable clinical information such as disease management, case management or care management notes. This process shall be overseen by the Transition Coordination Manager. The Contractor will be responsible for care coordination after the member has disenrolled from the Contractor whenever the member disenrollment occurs during an inpatient stay. In these cases, the Contractor will remain financially responsible for the hospital DRG payment and any outlier payments (without a capitation payment) until the member is discharged from the hospital or the member’s eligibility in Medicaid terminates. The Contractor shall coordinate discharge plans with the member’s new MCE. See Section 3.7.5 for additional requirements regarding continuity of care for behavioral health services. The Hoosier Healthwise MCE Policies and Procedures Manual describes the Contractor’s continuity and coordination of care responsibilities in more detail.

  • Standard of Care In the absence of willful misfeasance, bad faith, gross negligence or reckless disregard of obligations or duties hereunder on the part of the Sub-Advisor, the Sub-Advisor shall not be subject to liability to the Advisor, the Trust or to any shareholder of the Portfolio for any act or omission in the course of, or connected with, rendering services hereunder or for any losses that may be sustained in the purchase, holding or sale of any security.

  • Patient Care Resident shall participate in safe, effective, and compassionate patient care, under supervision, commensurate with Resident's level of advancement and responsibility.

  • Child Care At the request of the Union, the Union and the Employer agree to form a statewide joint labor-management committee on childcare. The committee will be composed of six (6) representatives for the Union and six (6) representatives for the Employer.