The Regional Health Commission manages four planning committees responsible for the design and implementation of the Gateway to Better Health Pilot Program.
- The Pilot Program Planning Team makes recommendations for the pilot program, ensures the milestones of the demonstration project are fulfilled, and provides operational oversight for the Gateway to Better Health Pilot Program.
- The Operations Team monitors and recommends necessary adjustments to Gateway operational functions.
- The Finance Team monitors the financial results of the Pilot Program and recommends adjustments to achieve financials goals.
In addition, a Safety Net Transition Team was formed to develop a final Transition Plan for ensuring access to primary and specialty care services for the low-income population of St. Louis City and County after the conclusion of the Gateway to Better Health Demonstration Project.
Below is a list of resources and reports related to the Gateway to Better Health program:
The request for the Gateway to Better Health Demonstration Project was submitted to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in 2010. This document will provide more information about the objectives and components of the Gateway demonstration:
To learn more about the design of the Gateway to Better Heath Pilot Program, you can read the Gateway to Better Health Operations Plan, 2011:
To learn more about the impact of the Gateway program to our community, read our most Recent Annual Report:
To learn more about how we are evaluation the Gateway to Better Health program, review the Evaluation Plan:
The Gateway to Better Provider Manual provides an overview of the Gateway to Better Health pilot program and instructions on the claims process for providers in the Gateway network.