Solutions

Population Health Management

Liberty Healthcare provides independent assessments of need, facilitates enrollment and eligibility, and monitors the quality of services and service delivery.

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Quality outcomes through informed decision making.

Liberty Healthcare helps state Medicaid and human services agencies make care management decisions that improve health and financial outcomes. We provide independent assessments of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), mental illness, and related conditions to determine eligibility for Medicaid services and assess the quality of the services and supports they receive.

On these programs, we typically deploy nurse assessors, I/DD assessors, quality reviewers, and other mobile personnel. These resources travel to participant homes, residences, and provider sites to interview recipients and evaluate providers and compliance. Liberty also helps customers design and implement quality assurance and management initiatives that improve overall service delivery.

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Our Solutions in Practice

45,000+

reports of abuse, neglect, or exploitation fielded and screened since program inception in 2014

65,000+

assessments performed to determine eligibility for personal and related long-term care supports and services

12,000+

initial and annual eligibility assessments for children and adults with I/DD

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NASDDDS 2020 Annual Conference

This year, NASDDDS is forging ahead with its annual conference, virtually, of course. The conference is set to take place on November 16 — 18, 2020.

Liberty & Associates Present at the 19th Annual INSOMM Program Training Conference

Liberty and the Indiana Department of Correction will co-host the 19th Annual Sex Offender Management and Monitoring 2-Day Training on Thursday, July 23, 2020.

President of ATSA Gives Reassuring Message to Members

In these unprecedented times, Liberty Executive Clinical Director and ATSA President Shan Jumper, PhD, expressed compassion and positivity toward the ATSA organization.