Opioid Health Home
The OHH will provide comprehensive care management and coordination services to Medicaid beneficiaries with opioid use disorder who also have or are at risk of developing another chronic condition. For enrolled beneficiaries, the OHH will function as the central point of contact for directing patient-centered care across the broader health care system. Beneficiaries will work with an interdisciplinary team of providers to develop an individualized recovery care plan to best manage their care. The model will also elevate the role and importance of peer recovery coaches and community health workers to foster direct empathy and connection to improve overall health and wellness. In doing so, this will attend to a beneficiary's complete health and social needs. Participation is voluntary, and enrolled beneficiaries may opt out at any time.
Opioid health home receives reimbursement for providing the following federally mandated core services:
- Comprehensive care management
- Care coordination and health promotion
- Comprehensive transitional care
- Patient and family support
- Referral to community and support services
Comments or questions about the Opioid Health Home can be sent to: MDHHS‑OHH@michigan.gov.