Datapoint: CalOptima Plots $50M Value-Based Care Effort

Over the next five years, California Medicaid insurer CalOptima will invest $50 million into 26 community health centers in its service area, the company’s largest-ever investment in value-based care. The initiative will support medical homes for vulnerable populations, including unhoused patients, improve care coordination and reduce avoidable hospitalizations. CalOptima is the sixth-largest Medicaid MCO in California, with 854,264 members.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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