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PPP Survey Results. Michael Cousineau, Dr.PH. Albert Farias, M.P.H. Timiyin E-Nunu, M.P.H. (c). Department of Public Health, Children’s Health Outreach Initiative. DHS Office of Ambulatory Care. Monthly Enrollment in Healthy Kids by Age Group, Children Ages 0-18.

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Ppp survey results

PPP Survey Results

Michael Cousineau, Dr.PH.

Albert Farias, M.P.H.

Timiyin E-Nunu, M.P.H. (c)

Department of Public Health, Children’s Health Outreach Initiative

DHS Office of Ambulatory Care


Monthly enrollment in healthy kids by age group children ages 0 18

Monthly Enrollment in Healthy Kids by Age Group, Children Ages 0-18

Source: L.A. Care Health Plan, September 2007


Dhs and private public partnership ppp total visits age 0 18 2003 2007

DHS and Private Public Partnership (PPP), Total Visits Age 0-18, 2003-2007

Source: LAC DHS Enterprise Data Repository, accessed 3/21/08.


What percentage of agencies has an on site dpss eligibility worker

What percentage of agencies has an on-site DPSS eligibility worker?


What percentage of agencies has an on site certified application assistor caa

What percentage of agencies has an on-site Certified Application Assistor (CAA)?


What percentage of agencies refers out for enrollment

What percentage of agencies refers out for enrollment?


What percent of all agencies have training in each of the public health programs

What percent of all agencies have training in each of the public health programs?


Which agencies are conducting the trainings

Which agencies are conducting the trainings?

41%

(13)


Breakdown analysis of other category

Breakdown Analysis of “Other” category


What are the main reasons for billing a ppp visit among all the agencies

What are the main reasons for billing a PPP visit among all the agencies?

Children Age 0-5

Average Ranking

*Note: The lower the rating, the higher the frequency in billing a PPP Visit (1= most frequent reason, 5=least frequent reason)


What are the main reasons for billing a ppp visit among all the agencies1

What are the main reasons for billing a PPP visit among all the agencies?

Children Age 6-18

Average Ranking

*Note: The lower the rating, the higher the frequency in billing a PPP Visit (1= most frequent reason, 5=least frequent reason)


Conclusions and recommendations

Conclusions and Recommendations

  • Clinics will benefit from formal training in public insurance programs, particularly about the Healthy Kids eligibility criteria.

  • Presumptive eligibility should be granted to children ages 0-18 by public insurance programs.


Conclusions and recommendations1

Conclusions and Recommendations

  • Clinics should make every effort to refer families of eligible children to community based organizations that are knowledgeable about enrollment criteria of all public insurance programs.


Next steps

Next steps

  • Information on organizations that provide free and in-house training to staff regarding eligibility criteria of all public insurance programs

  • List of community based organizations contracted with DPH to do outreach and enrollment


Contact information

Contact Information

  • Michael Cousineau, Dr.PH.

    Email: [email protected]

  • Albert Farias, M.P.H.

    Email: [email protected]

  • Timiyin E-Nunu, M.P.H. (c)

    Email: [email protected]

  • Suzanne Bostwick

    Email:[email protected]


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