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    1. Creating Michigan 3.0 What it Means for MDCH and Our Mental Health System

    2. Michigan 3.0 Michigan has undergone fundamental transformations before with great success. (1.0) Natural resource economy (2.0) Industrial economy (3.0) Era of Innovation Governor Snyders vision is Michigan 3.0, an era of innovation that transforms our society into a vibrant force of entrepreneurs and innovators that can compete in the global economy. 100 years ago wasn't a fix it was a paradigm shift The old ways didn't apply to the new reality 100 years ago wasn't a fix it was a paradigm shift The old ways didn't apply to the new reality

    3. Top 10 Plan Create More and Better Jobs Cultivate a thriving and globally competitive economy with a diverse business base, enabling job growth and prosperity Reform Michigan's Tax System Reduce the tax burden on families and businesses in Michigan Reform Michigan's tax system so it facilitates economic growth by being simple, fair, competitive and efficient Fix Michigan's Broken Government Restore ethics, accountability and transparency to state and local government Governing that is solution oriented Taxpayers will get results for their tax dollars

    4. Top 10 Plan Create an Environment that Will Keep Our Youth in Michigan Restore Cities and Control Urban Sprawl Improve the state's city centers and create attractive living and working environments for its citizens Infrastructure and transportation funding must be prioritized Supports the establishment of a proper mass transit backbone in the state Enhance Michigan's National and International Image Encourage and support tourism Create a culture of entrepreneurship Invest in the arts Protect and improve the quality of life for citizens

    5. Top 10 Plan Protect Michigan's Environment Protecting the environment and growing the economy can be done simultaneously Michigan needs to be a leader in alternative and cleaner energy Reform Michigan's Educational System A child's progress from pre-kindergarten through college and advanced degrees is the cycle on which the state's efforts should be focused and coordinated Schools, teachers and parents must renew their commitment to ensuring that each child is given the best possible preparation and education for life

    6. Top 10 Plan Reform Michigan's Health Care System Every citizen should have access to affordable and quality health care The Governor strongly believes in prevention, wellness and personal responsibility Move Michigan to a more patient-centered model to achieve large cost savings, promote wellness, and improve overall service quality Bring Winning Back to Michigan Create a hopeful, positive culture and attitude where personal responsibility and collective determination introduce us to a new era. Embrace our racial, social and geographic diversity to reach common goals for the state

    7. White Papers for Reinventing Michigan Aquatic Invasive Species MEDEC Reform Growing Michigan Agriculture Eliminating the Michigan Business Tax (MBT) Replace with flat 6% corporate income tax, $1.5 M net reduction) Regulatory Reform Value for Money Budgeting Youth Retention

    8. Health Care Reform White Paper Michigans citizens should have access to the highest quality care available. As Governor, I will manage rising costs by implementing innovative management strategies, expand access through community based solutions, and promote wellness programs that identify health problems before they become chronic or more serious. ~ Governor Rick Snyder

    10. Our Values

    11. MDCH will protect, preserve, and promote the health and safety of the people of Michigan with particular attention to providing for the needs of vulnerable and under-served populations.

    13. Our Vision: DCH 3.0 Improve Health, Improve Care, Lower Costs Through Organized Systems of Care

    14. We will Accomplish Our Vision By: Improving the health of our population: Investing in wellness and disease prevention to improve the health status of the population, particularly in the areas of obesity and infant mortality. Work with foundations, employers, health systems, local public health systems, and other stakeholders to leverage and channel dollars already being spent in these and other areas of wellness. Reducing obesity. Reducing infant mortality. Continuing to provide state of emergency preparedness during threats to public health and addressing human health issues. Continuing surveillance of public health threats. Adapting public health code to changing industry.

    15. We will Accomplish Our Vision By: Improving the health care provided to our population. Promoting patient-centered medical home concept. Promoting development of FQHCs. Improving access to OB services in NE Michigan. Evaluating Alzheimers population and defining systems of care solutions. Promoting growth of primary care professionals and extenders. Creating provider incentives for quality. Integrating physical health and mental health to ensure patients receive optimal benefit from integrated services. Evaluating psychiatric hospitals investment needs to ensure patients receive the best possible care. Becoming better purchasers of services requiring performance on service level agreements from contracted providers and entities. Promoting patient-centered medical home concept with incentives to adopt appropriate practice management systems, electronic health records, and exchange information electronically. This approach fosters patient care management at the primary care practices with a focus on wellness, quality, and cost-effectiveness Evaluating psychiatric hospitals investment needs to ensure patients receive the best possible care. Assess the hospitals delivery and financing capabilities against national benchmarks and find management and financing solutions that assures the hospitals long term viability. Becoming better purchasers of services requiring performance on service level agreements from contracted providers and entities. Implementing quality and customer services measures for all services purchased. Develop incentive pools for quality improvement and achievement of excellence in service and care. Promoting patient-centered medical home concept with incentives to adopt appropriate practice management systems, electronic health records, and exchange information electronically. This approach fosters patient care management at the primary care practices with a focus on wellness, quality, and cost-effectiveness Evaluating psychiatric hospitals investment needs to ensure patients receive the best possible care. Assess the hospitals delivery and financing capabilities against national benchmarks and find management and financing solutions that assures the hospitals long term viability. Becoming better purchasers of services requiring performance on service level agreements from contracted providers and entities. Implementing quality and customer services measures for all services purchased. Develop incentive pools for quality improvement and achievement of excellence in service and care.

    16. We will Accomplish Our Vision By: Lowering the health care costs per person in our State. Enhancing collaborative opportunities through partnerships with foundations and granting agencies. Moving the remaining populations from fee for service programs into managed care systems. Reforming/reinventing Michigans health system infrastructure to reduce administrative and unnecessary health delivery costs. Evaluating our internal operations looking for opportunities where we can apply process improvements techniques, combine like functions where feasible, use technology, and apply other cost reduction techniques. Leveraging federal financing opportunities when it is the best course of action for Michigan. Evaluating our behavioral health and developmental disability administrative services for cost effectiveness.

    17. We will Accomplish Our Vision By: Planning and Implementing Health Care Reform if Feasible. Planning for each major area of the Affordable Care Act with wide input from stakeholders. Expansion of Medicaid services to higher eligibility levels, 133% of FPL. Health insurance exchange as it relates to Medicaid eligibility processes and benefit design. Integration of the delivery and financing of Medicare and Medicaid dual eligible population. Increase in the fee-for-service and managed care payments to 100% of Medicare during 2013 and 2014 for primary care services provided by family medicine, general internal medicine, and pediatric medicine practitioners. Implementation of patient centered medical home demonstration projects. Promotion of FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers). Integration of mental health with physical health. Demonstration projects for public health and disease prevention. Reduction of aggregate Medicaid DSH allotments as the number of uninsured in Michigan decrease. Robust deployment of waste, fraud, and abuse programs in Medicare and Medicaid. Permit employers to offer employee rewards for participating in wellness programs. Implementation of the health information exchange and interoperability facilitated by the stimulus bill.

    18. What Does This Mean for Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities?

    19. Observations Improve the health of our population. Promote wellness programs to reduce costs, improve quality of life, and increase the chances of detecting health conditions before they become chronic. People with mental illness die on average 25 years earlier. Agree on health status and wellness measures, incent, monitor, improve. Improve the health care provided to our population. Promote evidenced-based patient-centered care with excellent patient experience. Integrate mental health and physical health, opportunity to innovate. Adopt principles of patient centered medical homes. Eliminate unnecessary regulations, improve processes. Agree on measures, incent, monitor, improve.

    20. Observations Lower health care costs per person in our State. Innovate and identify initiatives to systematically reduce administrative and unnecessary medical costs. For 280,000 people in the system, we manage limited resources through 46 CMHSPs, 16 Substance Abuse Coordinating Agencies, and 18 PHIPs. Appears heavy on administration, opportunity to innovate. Plan and Implement Health Care Reform. Evaluate and plan opportunities in the Affordable Care Act considering what is best for Michigan. Participate, be involved in task forces for each project through appropriate representation.