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HRS 101 Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
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05:32
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Aryka
13:45
Aryka Hanto CareOregon
apalomares
13:56
Alex Palomares, AllCare Health
Kristan Jeannis
14:01
Kristan Jeannis; OHSU Health (Health Share CCO)
Tammy Turner
14:05
Tammy Turner, Community Cancer Center, Roseburg
Jameson Baird
14:13
Jameson Baird, Umpqua Health Alliance
Lorie Hollibaugh
15:25
Lorie Hollibaugh AllCare Health
Tyler Mendes
15:41
Tyler Mendes, PacificSource
Katie Arteaga
15:44
Katie Arteaga - PacificSource
Ron Harper
15:46
Ron Harper, Trillium Community Health Plan
kbennett
15:47
Kimberly AllCare Health
Jeanni Dunagan
15:47
Jeanni Dunagan, Health Share of Oregon
o333742
15:47
patricia cobb Kaiser Permanente
Nathan Dunbar
15:49
Nathan Dunbar, Kaiser Permanente
Jessie.Dover@pacificsource.com
15:50
Jessie Dover PacificSource
Diana.Yeung@pacificsource.com
15:54
Diana Yeung, PacificSource
Emily Johnson (she/her)
15:57
Emily Johnson - Yamhill CCO
Sheryl Williams
16:05
Sheryl Williams OHSU Health Services
Rubi Ramirez
16:09
Rubi Ramirez - Yamhill CCO
Danette Killinger
16:13
Danette Killinger (for Tony Howell)
janethamilton
16:25
Janet Hamilton, Project Access NOW
Carrie Prechtel
16:26
Carrie Prechtel, AllCare Health
Dr. Holly Jo Hodges
16:30
Dr. Holly Jo Hodges, Medical Director of Care Coordination, IHN CCO
Krista Curtis
16:38
OHSU Health Services
Lindsey Baker
16:38
Lindsey Baker, Umpqua Health Alliance
Jenifer Twedell
16:55
Jenifer Twedell Allcare Health
Jen
17:06
Jennifer Wright, Health Share of Oregon
Kim Duerst
17:16
Kim Duerst, Trillium Community Health Plan
Betse Thielman
17:20
Betse Thielman, Health Share of Oregon
Ryan Deibert (he/him)
17:22
Ryan Deibert, Housing Program Manager at Health Share of Oregon
Kyle Smith
17:29
Kyle Smith, Clackamas County ENCC
Sam Engel
17:36
Sam Engel, AllCare Health
Dayna Cronin
17:39
Dayna Cronin, Clackamas County ENCC
Tracey
17:52
Tracey Dolezal, AllCare Health
Lindsey Stailing (She/Her), Mosaic Medical
17:57
Lindsey Stailing, Mosaic Medical (She/Her)
Peg King
17:57
Peg King, she/her, Health Share of Oregon
Alyssa Craigie
17:57
Alyssa Craigie, Health Share
Keala Meyer
17:59
Keala Meyer, Umpqua Health Alliance
Jen
17:59
Jen Martinek, CareOregon
Alissa Clemmer
18:00
Alissa Clemmer, Clackamas County ENCC
Julia Cohen
18:01
Julia Cohen, JSI
Elise Thompson (she/her)
18:03
Elise Thompson, Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division
Kristin Cooper
18:06
Kristin Cooper Umpqua Health Alliance
Martin Stukel
18:11
Martin Stukel PacificSource
Syreeta S.
18:16
Syreeta Spencer with CareOregon
Twila Farris
18:18
Twila Farris, AllCare CCO
Molly Day
18:22
Molly Day, Early Learning Multnomah, our local early learning hub
Ashlee Irwin
18:23
Ashlee Irwin, Kaiser Permanente, Pediatric Medicaid Case Manager
Deborah.Jones@pacificsource.com
18:24
Deby Jones, PacificSource
Brandy.McLaughlin@pacificsource.com
18:25
Brandy McLaughlin Pacificsource
Dawna Oksen
18:27
Dawna Oksen, Cascade Health Alliance
Nicole
18:30
Nicole Fenimore with EOCCO
Erin
18:32
Erin Moomey, CareOregon
Amber Stensen - Clackamas County
18:36
Amber Stensen, Clackamas County Behavioral Health
dflow
18:40
Doug Flow, AllCare CCO
Courtney Valenzuela
18:43
Courtney Valenzuela, EOCCO
Stacy Whittington
18:54
Stacy Whittington, Peace at Home Advocacy Center
Yelena
19:15
Yelena Voznyuk, CareOregon
Julie
19:25
Julie Reeder, Oregon WIC Program
STUART BRADLEY
19:25
Stuart Bradley, Health Share of Oregon
Rachael Manley They/Them
19:38
Strategic Business Partnerships Supervisor - CareOregon
biesanzc
20:45
Cody Biesanz, CareOregon
Kelsey Kujawa
20:50
Kelsey Kujawa, PacificSource RN care management clinician
Brian Laing
21:02
Brian Laing, PacificSource
Christopher Koski
21:06
Chris Koski, Cascade Health Alliance
Jenna Haley (she/her)
21:10
Jenna Haley, CareOregon
Selby Stebbins
21:14
Selby Stebbins, System of Care Coordinator, Health Share of Oregon
Rob McAdam
21:18
Rob McAdam, Umpqua Health Alliance
Shawn Stewart
21:20
Shawn Stewart, Consulting Director Samaritan Health Plans
hugheann
21:57
Annie Hughes, OHSU/Tuality Primary Care
PhamJ
22:35
Jenna Pham Strategic Business Partnerships Admin-Temp
Jennifer Gustafson
23:28
Jennifer Gustafson Ops Specialist AllCare Health
Anne King
27:37
Please chat in any questions you have for Chris
Elise Thompson (she/her)
29:59
What does Crime and Violence refer to?
Jana Halligan
32:42
would remodeling bathrooms be ok for HRS
Lorie Hollibaugh
33:38
Temporary housing due to Domestic Violence
Jaime Cosci
33:52
we helped pay for a member to get into safe housing when they had violence in her home.
Yelena
34:39
How much/long can housing be covered by HRS?
Rubi Ramirez
35:11
Would car repair related to DV be a covered expense?
Stacy Whittington
35:23
What about health related programs such as gym memberships or Weight Watchers?
Elise Thompson (she/her)
35:30
If you're going to address this later, just skip it....does someone have to be engaged in services to apply for fHRS?
Alyssa Craigie
40:37
Can we use HRS to pay for housing case managers within a CCO? I understood case management would only qualify if paid for in a CBO or other non-health system setting.
Jessica Castillo
40:45
Are there any projections yet on how much health cost savings there have been on account of these HRS expenditures? Or which expenditure categories provide the best investment in a person's overall health?
Lindsey Stailing (She/Her), Mosaic Medical
40:50
Will this presentation be made available via pdf and recording after the session?
Sheryl Williams
40:50
How did housing case managers get covered?
Rob McAdam
42:37
It would be interesting to see how much of the spending was on CBI vs. direct member support.
Betse Thielman
43:58
Is OHA reassessing using 2020 HRS spend as a factor in determining 2022 Performance Based Reward allocations? With the pandemic and fire emergencies, along with the (welcome) influx of Federal funds and OHA grants to CBOs, it seems that 2020 may not offer a totally representative baseline for HRS expenditures across CCOs.
Carrie Prechtel
45:29
You mentioned toothbrushes. If they are branded with a CCO logo, does that make the cost ineligible for HRS?
Nicole
45:59
With eyeglasses as normally noted as non-covered in the OAR's for the majority of diagnosis, how can we use HRS for this?
Betse Thielman
50:01
How are CCOs using HRS to support THWs?
Nancy Goff
50:25
https://www.oregon.gov/oha/HPA/dsi-tc/Documents/2019-HRS-Reporting-Summary.pdf
hornelas
51:15
When covering for car insurance how can we determine the length of time to cover?
Nancy Goff
52:02
For those interested in ROI and cost benefit- the “evidence-base to support” section on this website has more information: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/HPA/dsi-tc/Pages/Health-Related-Services.aspx
Chris DeMars (she/her)
52:54
thanks Nancy! That's also the site with the new "2019 spending summary document" that Anona and I mentioned.
Lia Sebring (she/her)
53:39
For HRS requests, would this be usable for something recurring each year, say a food program each summer?
Nancy Goff
54:01
Reporting summary that Chris referenced: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/HPA/dsi-tc/Documents/2019-HRS-Reporting-Summary.pdf
o333742
58:10
do you need ID for each member receiving a buss pass? Since they are less the $200.00
janethamilton
58:37
Are you going to expand upon what the evaluation is regarding health outcomes for members receiving HRS?
Betse Thielman
01:06:36
Is OHA reassessing using 2020 HRS spend as a factor in determining 2022 Performance Based Reward allocations? With the pandemic and fire emergencies, along with the (welcome) influx of Federal funds and OHA grants to CBOs, it seems that 2020 may not offer a totally representative baseline for HRS expenditures across CCOs.
Martin Stukel
01:07:05
Flex spending has been impacted by covid and fire related challenges for providers and members throughout the state. If rates in 2022 are impacted on spending this year will these two
Martin Stukel
01:07:21
challenges be taken into account?
Martin Stukel
01:11:00
I'm referencing the money is set aside for flex for 2022, providers may not have accessed funds as normal leaving potential surplus in cco regions at the end of the year.
lynnknox
01:11:15
do you mean it cannot be paid for by any other govt. funds? You never know what grants or private donations can pay.
Martin Stukel
01:11:32
Sorry, money set aside for 2020
Lindsey Stailing (She/Her), Mosaic Medical
01:12:34
Hi, by that logic it seems dentures may also be covered. This is surprising and new information.
Alyssa Craigie
01:12:51
We'd be interested in a state-wide forum for discussing HRS use and best practices. Is that something the Transformation Center is interested in supporting?
Ashlee Irwin
01:13:15
How can we cover glasses if we are not able to cover things that are billable/encounterable, even if OHP does not cover it?
Chris DeMars (she/her)
01:13:35
Thanks for teat suggestion, Alyssa. You'll see on the next slide we are planning on a statewide convening (likely virtual) in the spring.
Chris DeMars (she/her)
01:13:54
("that" suggestion)
Lindsey Stailing (She/Her), Mosaic Medical
01:14:11
Again, w/ ANona's comment- we were directed that things that are typically billable are not eligible... eyeglasses, doula services, dentures etc would all fit in this category. THis is very confusing.
Ashlee Irwin
01:15:43
Agree to what Lindsey said. Any clarification you can provide (here or via email) would be very helpful! This could open up a lot of opportunities to support our members
Lindsey Baker
01:16:31
Will this presentation be made available on the HRS website?
Ashlee Irwin
01:17:43
What about billable but NOT covered
Ashlee Irwin
01:17:47
perfect example is glasses
Lindsey Stailing (She/Her), Mosaic Medical
01:18:09
The examples given today created more confusion unfortunately.