Health Homes


The Affordable Care Act of 2010, Section 2703, created an optional Medicaid State Plan benefit to establish Health Homes to coordinate care for people with chronic conditions. CMS expects state Health Homes providers to operate under a "whole-person" philosophy. Health Homes providers integrate and coordinate all primary, acute, behavioral health, and long-term services and supports to treat the whole person.

Health Homes service providers must report quality measures to the state. States are also required to report utilization, expenditure and quality data for an interim survey and an independent evaluation.

Succeeding with HealthEC

HealthEC’s data integration and analytics simplify your Health Homes reporting process while helping you identify and address gaps in care delivery to drive better outcomes. HealthEC has the knowledge, experience and technology to help you succeed with your Health Homes program in four important ways:


Data Aggregation

Create a unified view of clinical, financial and administrative data

Care Coordination

Promote high-priority care interventions and smarter resource utilization

Reporting Tools

Scorecards and exportable reports formatted for State reporting

Advisory Services

A range of consultative services to help you reach your Health Homes goals

HealthEC supports providers in delivering holistic chronic care management by:
  • Coordinating a team-based approach to manage both the psychosocial and disease-specific aspects of care
  • Identifying and prioritizing needs of high-risk patients
  • Helping the team access community-based resources to manage social determinants of health
  • Analyzing performance to identify care delivery improvement opportunities
  • Submitting data to the State