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Financing In-Home Asthma Care

Building systems to sustain home-based asthma services

Created by the National Center for Healthy Housing in partnership with EPA, this new eLearning and technical assistance platform equips participants with information about how to build the systems, infrastructure and financing to put home-based asthma services in place in their own states, communities or regions. Click on the icon to access the eLearning modules.

Financing for In-home Asthma Care LogoThe Financing In-Home Asthma Care microsite within ACN.org focuses on delivering and paying for in-home asthma care to improve outcomes for children with out of control asthma. Health care policy change is creating new opportunities for financing evidence-based in-home asthma care. This site explores those opportunities and the work required to deliver effective and sustainable in-home asthma care.

 

U.S. EPA and our partners, the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD), among others, are coordinating federal efforts on asthma as is described in the Coordinated Federal Action Plan to Reduce Asthma Disparities. This microsite, which consolidates information about financing in-home asthma care in order to deliver effective care, particularly in underserved communities, is one example of our effort.

 

 

 

 

Value of Asthma Home Visits


In-home care can reduce the costs of care and improve health outcomes for people with poorly controlled asthma.

 

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  • Evidence Base
  • Program Results
  • Asthma Home Visits for Health Plans

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Understanding the Options


Health policy change has created many options for financing in-home asthma care.

 

Learn More About:

  • Braided Funding 
  • Medicaid Financing
  • Health Plan Financing
  • Social Impact Financing
  • Housing Financing 

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Making Your Case


Programs need to articulate the value their in-home asthma care services can deliver to the community, funders and partners.

 

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  • Your Value Proposition
  • Data Collection and Evaluation

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Building a Workforce


Training staff in evidence-based in-home asthma care is critical. Community health workers (CHWs), who provide culturally appropriate, family-based care, are good candidates.

 

Learn More About:

  • Training & Credentialing
  • Implementing CHW Programs
  • Home Visit Models

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Strategies for Reimbursement


Effective efforts have followed common strategies to secure Medicaid coverage for in-home asthma care.

 

Learn More About:

  • Medicaid Reimbursement Bill Codes
  • Medicaid Reimbursement at the State Level
  • Preparing for Reimbursement
  • Snapshot of Programs

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