All Medicaid organizations, including CHA, are required to adopt, disseminate, and apply clinical practice guidelines according to federal regulations.
The goal of this program is to ensure that the most vulnerable individuals in our community are screened for social and healthcare needs, as well as provided the necessary assistance in meeting their health care goals. These groups are identified as the State’s “Prioritized Population”.
CHA is pleased to be able to remove prior authorization requirements for a number of commonly used medication. This will help to reduce the administrative burden for all and streamline care.
In partnership with the Oregon Health Authority, CHA is growing our local network of certified Doulas in Klamath County.
There are two types of diabetes – Type 1 and Type 2. Understand the two and learn how to beat diabetes.
For the 2021 measurement year, the OHA has introduced a new incentive metric: Initiation and Engagement of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse or Dependence Treatment, or IET.
Have you heard of the new insulin aiming to be deemed “biosimilar” to insulin glargine (basal insulin) by the FDA at a price point that is approximately 65% less than Lantus and 50% below the current price of Basaglar?
It’s that time of year when we look back at what we have accomplished and endured, and what we look forward to in the coming year. 2020 has been full of life-altering changes for most of us. We have had to be more flexible in our day-to-day lives and how we see our future..