Announcements, Government, HIE

We are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded a contract with the Consortium of Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of Human Services, to build a statewide online tool called PA Navigate that will connect Pennsylvanians in need of social care services with providers. Findhelp has partnered with…

Children & Families, Government, SDoH (Social Drivers of Health)

Child Welfare departments and child-serving organizations across industries face the complex challenge of reducing child removals while grappling with the unmet basic needs of children and families. Significant hurdles exist in navigating the maze of services, from mental health and substance abuse treatment to programs that address basic needs like paying for utilities, housing, transportation,…

Announcements, Government, Medicare, Research & Policy

On January 8, 1964 (60 years ago today!) President Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ) gave the State of the Union address to the United States Congress. During his speech, LBJ proposed legislation as “an all-out war on human poverty” in response to a national poverty rate of around nineteen percent: “This administration today, here and now,…

Case Studies, Government, Healthcare, Nonprofit, SDoH (Social Drivers of Health)

HIV, or the human immunodeficiency virus, weakens someone’s immune system by destroying their cells that fight disease and infection. While there is currently no cure for HIV, with proper medical care, it can be controlled. If left untreated, HIV can lead to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

Announcements, Government, Healthcare

Findhelp is proud to announce we have won a contract with the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) to help state residents find the substance use disorder and mental health services they need. Read on to learn more about this new partnership and our existing network…

Announcements, Government, Research & Policy

We are proud to announce that we have been awarded a contract with the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) to build a Drug User Health Hub. This project, funded in part by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will help reduce transmission of viral hepatitis and promote the prevention, diagnosis,…

Government, Nonprofit, Partnerships, SDoH (Social Drivers of Health)

With findhelp it’s never been easier to fund, track, and manage payments for your social care initiatives. Our technology allows you to connect to resources on our platform through integrated workflows, effectively partner with social care providers, manage payments for services, and increase and quantify your impact. Organizations are looking for ways to directly invest…

1115 Waivers, Government, Health Plans, Healthcare, Research & Policy

There’s been a lot of commentary and discussion recently about Medicaid enrollment and redetermination. What does it mean for your organization and the people you serve? Read on to learn more about the challenges facing healthcare organizations, and the technology solutions that can help you meet the social care needs of Medicaid beneficiaries.   Medicaid:…

1115 Waivers, Case Studies, Government, Health Plans, Healthcare, Research & Policy

More than 30 healthcare, health plan, nonprofit, and other organizations across New York have already implemented social care coordination platforms with Findhelp and are ready to hit the ground running when the NY 1115 waiver program is approved later this year. Read on to learn about proven strategies from some of our current New York…

1115 Waivers, Case Studies, Government, Health Plans, Research & Policy

Section 1115 of the Social Security Act gives states flexibility to design and improve their Medicaid programs by providing waivers authorizing experimental, pilot, or demonstration projects. 1115 waivers are initially approved for five years and can be extended for to three to five more years.  Many states focus their projects on addressing Medicaid enrollees’ unmet…