Community Health Activation Program (CHAP)

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Community Health Activation Program (CHAP)

Project 2di - Implementation of Patient and Community Activation Activities to Engage, Educate and Integrate the uninsured and low/non-utilizing Medicaid populations into Community Based Care

Project Objective Statement

This project is focused on persons not utilizing the health care system and works to engage and activate those individuals to utilize primary and preventive care services. The PPS will be required to formally train on PAM®, along with base lining and regularly updating assessments of communities and individual patients.

Project Management

Amanda Chirco
Project Manager, Community Health Initatives
Office of Population Health
Tel: (631) 638-1774
[email protected]

Project Leadership

Lori Andrade, Chief Operating Officer
Health & Welfare Council of Long Island
Tel: (516) 483-1110
[email protected]

Project Workgroup & Committee Membership

Project Workgroup Charge
A composition of subject matter experts engaged to support the development, execution and monitoring of project milestones.

Project Committee Charge
A composition of key internal and external project stakeholders, including representation from key community and public service and governmental agencies engaged to support the conclusions, deliverables and monitor system impacts of the DSRIP Program.

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Project Documents

To begin to learn more about this program, our project documents in this section.

Project Resources & Quick Links

This section features key external resources utilized during program development. We invite you to click the links to learn more.

NYS DOH PAM® Assessment 2015 Guidance - Dated September 16, 2015

NYS DOH PAM® - Guidance Dated September 15, 2015

Hibbard JH, Stockard J, Mahoney ER, Tusler M. Development of the Patient Activation Measure (PAM): Conceptualizing and Measuring Activation in Patients and Consumers. Health Services Research. 2004; 39 (4 Pt 1): 1005-1026.

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