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Defense
Home Base Pilot Program - Pilot program for military members and their families serving at WPAFB with specialized/complex healthcare needs.
As Ohio strives to become the country's most military-friendly state, military families deserve healthcare services that are second to none. CareSource proposes a one-year pilot program in collaboration with WPAFB to leverage CareSource personnel, technology and award-winning care model to implement community-based health management to military families with complex needs. This innovative government-industry partnership will improve the health and wellbeing of military families living in Ohio.
Organization Details
CareSource
230 North Main St.
Dayton, Ohio. 45402
Montgomery
CareSource Management Services LLC
230 North Main St.
Dayton, Ohio. 45402
Montgomery
Non-profit
Organization Contact Details
Richard Topping
President, CareSource Military & Veterans
CareSource
704.960.6761
230 North Main St.
Dayton, Ohio. 45402
Montgomery
Lynn Reynolds
CareSource
Vice President Corporate Affairs
937.926.5729
Lynn.Reynolds@caresource.com
Location Details
Dayton & Wright Patterson Air Force Base
Greene & Montgomery Counties
Ohio 10th
Financial Details
300000
300000
CareSource is willing to commit the necessary funds for the execution of this pilot. $300,000 represents up to three FTE’s plus administrative, programmatic and technical support for this demonstration of enhanced community-based healthcare services supporting military families with special needs in the Dayton Region.
Planning or Studies
Yes
The CareSource model offers members access to a comprehensive continuum of coordinated, community-based, care services for families with special/complex healthcare needs. CareSource is proposing a one-year pilot program that will coordinate multi-disciplinary teams from across the region to implement community-based health management services by bringing an innovative government-industry partnership to families enrolled in programs like the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP). This mandatory enrollment program that works with key community agencies to identify active-duty sponsors who have family members with special medical needs will be the basis for a new approach to coordinated care. The CareSource approach, proven in government-sponsored programs across the nation, will significantly improve the continuity of care for military families across the Dayton Region with special needs.

The Home Base Pilot Program will remove the burdens and bureaucracies traditionally associated with these programs and streamline the system of care our military families receive when living in our military-friendly community. Using CareSource’s technology, award-winning care model, dedicated personnel and community know-how, the pilot program will demonstrate immediate healthcare improvements to existing programs while ensuring that no military family member living in the Dayton Region is ever overlooked or left behind. CareSource will lead the community effort while collaborating with WPAFB to kick-start the project. CareSource will fund the pilot. Through this government-industry partnership, “best practice” results from the pilot will enable both USAF and surrounding communities to communicate, collaborate, coordinate complex care and improve the health of our military families that need it the most, regardless of the geography of their next military assignment.

CareSource is willing to commit the necessary funds for the execution of this pilot. $300,000 represents up to three FTE’s plus administrative, programmatic and technical support for this demonstration of enhanced community-based healthcare services supporting military families with special needs in the Dayton Region.
Yes
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Immediately
No. It is important to first demonstrate and quantify how the collaborative pilot will improve access to care, enhance outcomes and generate immediate, meaningful results for military families in the Dayton Region and to assess the opportunities for improvement based upon the results and recommendations of the pilot.
Community Details
While CareSource has grown into one of the largest managed health plans in the country, we remain committed to and passionate about military families in the Dayton Region and beyond. CareSource’s headquarters are in Dayton, Ohio, home of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Many of our employees are military families and we have a passion for not only investing in the Dayton Region but in the infrastructure that supports our employee base. We also serve veterans through our government-sponsored health care programs we manage across the nation. CareSource offers programs that will bring proven positive health outcomes to ensure that our military members’ families, living in our local communities, are not overlooked when it comes to continuity and quality of medical care and services, particularly those with special needs. It is critically important to CareSource and the community that our military families are best cared for during their assignments at WPAFB. Ohio is making great strides to becoming the most military friendly State in the country - we must ensure that our community-based healthcare services, particularly in support of those with specialized needs, are the best of the best for those serving at WPAFB and bases/posts around the world.
No.
1 to 10
None
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Numbers based on FTE’s, technology, and support needed to successfully perform pilot and demonstrate results for military families in the Region.

Any sustained permanent jobs will be determined based upon pilot project and results in the Dayton Region with WPAFB.
$75,001-$100,00
Yes
Yes
Healthcare
Greene, Montgomery
Additional Details
No
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Dawn Hollingsworth
937-531-3394
Dawn.Hollingsworth@caresource.com
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