Disease Management 3700

The Disease Management 3700 Project (DM 3700) is a collaborative project between the Department of Mental Health and MO Health Net. The project targets high cost Medicaid clients who have impactable chronic medical conditions. Implementation for the project began as of November 1, 2010.

The Department of Mental Health has agreed to contact these identified persons, provide outreach and engagement, enroll them in the Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation (CPR) program, and provide necessary services, focusing on community support/case management to coordinate and manage their medical/psychiatric conditions. We believe our services and interventions will reduce the cost to the state of providing care and treatment and improve outcomes for the identified clients. While the outreach and initial enrollment will be through the Division of Behavioral Health (DBH), formerly the Divisions of Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Comprehensive Psychiatric Services, and the CPR program, if the client indicates a substance abuse disorder, they may be referred to the Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse-CSTAR programs as appropriate.

DM3700 Clients Enrolled in CMHC Healthcare Homes Progress Report

Disease Management 3700 Project Implementation

Disease Management Patient Letters

Disease Management Outreach Toolkit

Disease Management 3700 MO HealthNet provider letter

Disease Management 3700 Q & A

Disease Management Housing