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MI Care Team
MI Care Team is a primary care health homes program that began July 1, 2016, and was created in accordance with Section 2703 of the Affordable Care Act. MI Care Team is a method of delivering care coordination and comprehensive care management in an integrated health care environment to improve health outcomes for beneficiaries in the program. MI Care Team health homes serve as the central point of contact for directing patient-centered care across all elements of the broader health care system. Participation is voluntary, and beneficiaries must consent to be enrolled in the program. Enrolled beneficiaries may opt-out at any time.
Current Enrollment: 1,704
(As of March 17, 2021)
MI Care Team health homes receive 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
This website will be updated with the most current information regarding the development and status of the MI Care Team program.