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Publicly Funded Payment Programs

Early identification and intervention, as well as treatment of substance use disorder (SUD), is for many individuals provided through publicly funded healthcare systems and their providers. Funding sources for these programs include Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration block grant dollars administered by states, state and local funding sources, Veteran’s Health Administration funding and, over time, more significantly through Medicaid and Medicare programs. As such, providers must navigate priority population, data reporting and other funding requirements and are incentivized to leverage evidenced-based approaches in order to achieve required outcomes. The HMA Institute on Addiction (HMA IOA) team has extensive knowledge and understanding of public funding requirements and ways in which providers can optimize these funding streams to meet their agency or program’s specific mission.

What We Do

Program assessment for compliance with federal, state, and/or local regulatory and funding requirements

Achieving or maintaining compliance

Analysis of federal and state regulatory and funding changes

Due diligence review

Procurement support

Program assessment for compliance with federal, state, and/or local regulatory and funding requirements

  • Academic Detailing 
  • Site visits 
  • Complaint investigation 

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