Back to Basics: Toward a Core Set of Relevant and Portable Personal Health Information | THCB

David Kibbe proposes the adoption of a low tech continuity of care document to make PHI portable and available at the point of care.

http://thehealthcareblog.com/blog/2009/11/03/back-to-basics-toward-a-core-set-of-relevant-and-portable-personal-health-information/

Eli Camhi
Generative Resources, LLC

Insight Maker – Free Simulation and Modeling in your Browser

Its been years since I attended the MIT Executive Course on System Dynamics taught by John Sterman. Even so it made a lasting impression on me. Based on the works of Jay Forrester and Peter Senge I learned the principles of system dynamics and how to develop models and simulators. While commercial modeling software exists it is a bit expensive.

Enter Insight Maker provided by Gene Bellinger of Systems Thinking World – it’s a free and open source tool for creating such models and simulations. I encourage you to check it out.

https://insightmaker.com

Beyond Connecting the Dots – a free book on Systems Thinking
http://beyondconnectingthedots.com

2016 HIV Special Needs Plans Enrollment

HIV Special Needs Plans (HIV SNPs) are a vehicle for providing health care to HIV infected Medicaid patients in New York City. For more information contact New York Medicaid Choice at 1-800-505-5678 or the following HIV SNPs:

MetroPlus Partnership in Care Plan 1-800-303-9626

VNSNY CHOICE SelectHealth 1-866-469-7774

Amida Care 1-800-556-0689

HIV Special Needs Plans have been operational since 2003. See this post for A History of New York HIV Special Needs Plans. This page contains the current enrollment and the history of enrollment for the 3 active Plans. The entire HIV Special Needs Plan Model Contract is available for download here. The statistics above have been extracted from the NYSDOH Monthly Medicaid Managed Care Enrollment Report. Download the report Stats Report.