We Go Beyond Technical Assistance

Although AHP has helped to shape national policy on numerous issues over the last 30 years, we are just as concerned about the concrete, practical application of best practices coming out of that work. We go well beyond simple technical assistance and work alongside you every step of the way.
 

We Give You the Roadmap and Navigate with You to Success

We don’t just give you a plan, we help you implement it. Take advantage of the AHP team with decades of experience in managed care, behavioral health, financial reimbursement, business operations, workflow productivity, and population health management. We’ll bring you the know-how to plan and build the systems that support:

 
  • Global Payment
  • Whole Person Care
  • Care Coordination
  • Management and Measure of Outcomes
  • Development of the Continuum of Care
 

We’ve Done It Before, We’ll Do it for You

AHP supports national, state, and commercial contracts focused on integration, healthcare reform, and systems change, helping providers around the country who serve a wide range of vulnerable populations:

  • Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Substance Abuse Prevention and Control System Transformation – worked with county leadership in developing the financing formula and fiscal structure to support the new Organized Delivery System Medicaid 1115 Waiver
  • Santa Barbara County Behavioral Health Systems Planning – developed and implemented strategic plans for the county’s community-based behavioral health organizations to help meet the challenges of health reform
  • SAMHSA’s BHbusiness – providing technical assistance and coaching to help behavioral health providers identify and implement customized change projects that expand their service capacity, harness new payer sources, and thrive in the changing health care environment
  • SAMHSA’s Homeless and Housing Resource Network (HHRN) – providing technical assistance to SAMHSA’s Recovery Support Strategic Initiative serving providers involved with serving persons experiencing homelessness, people in recovery, and individuals who experience homelessness with behavioral health and other needs
  • SAMHSA’s Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) Program – providing training and coaching on care coordination to SAMHSA and HRSA grantees and to disseminate information and tools about integrated care to a broad range of national audiences
 
Contact Us Now to Request Your Free Consultation and Add AHP to Your Medi-Cal 2020 Team!