Home and Community-Based Services

We provide expert assessment of various modes of healthcare delivery, from telehealth to long-term care, which particularly benefits populations who want to remain in their home and communities to receive care.

Receiving care in personal, familiar environments fosters greater independence and quality of life.

Home and community-based services provide people the opportunity to receive services in their own homes or communities rather than institutions or other isolated settings. These programs serve various groups, such as people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, and mental illnesses. 

Health Affairs Institute continually seeks to find ways to help streamline these healthcare services in West Virginia, including programs offered to Medicaid members. Technological innovation and program evaluation work together to improve and expand opportunities for more people to receive the care they need in lower-cost, high-quality, in-home settings.

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