The opportunity for health begins where we live, learn, work and play.

North Carolina’s Healthy Opportunities Pilot program is an unprecedented opportunity to test the integration of evidence-based, non-medical interventions into the state’s Medicaid program. The Pilots will provide non-medical services to qualifying Medicaid members across four domains: housing, food, transportation and interpersonal violence/toxic stress. Critically, frontline care managers working in Pilot regions will play an essential role in identifying members that may benefit from Pilot services, recommending appropriate services and coordinating their care. 


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November 17, 2022
How Care Managers Can Choose Appropriate Interpersonal Violence ServicesRegister
September 20, 2022How Care Managers Can Choose Appropriate Housing ServicesRegister

September 2, 2022How Care Managers Can Choose Appropriate Food Services within the Healthy Opportunities Pilot ProgramsRegister

September 2, 2022How Care Managers Can Choose Appropriate Transportation ServicesRegister

August 22, 2022Tracking Enrollee Progress, Reviewing Service Mix, and Reassessing Pilot EligibilityRegister

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training – Cultural Humility: This course includes training on Cultural Humility 101 and Culturally Responsive Clinical Care, both of which are required training for Care Management Entities participating in Healthy Opportunities Pilots.  Culturally responsive care is an essential component of ensuring the services individuals and families receive are person-centered, compassionate, and highly effective.  

In addition, building the skills and capacity for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) takes time to learn and integrate into patient care.  For this reason, it is highly recommended that HO Pilot participants add to their calendar completing additional trainings, such as Implicit BiasStructural RacismCommunication in Healthcareand Microaggressions

Using Motivational Interviewing to Support the Healthy Opportunities Pilots
This course employs effective techniques to quickly build rapport with cases and contacts. Creating a relationship that is non-judgmental and builds on the client’s strengths will allow for a much more productive exchange of information. This technique is critical in working with known COVID-19 cases and contacts.  

Past HOP Webinars | Recording and Slides

Release DateWebinar TitleLinks
March 9, 2022

Assessing Member Eligibility for Participation in the Healthy Opportunities Pilots Recording and Slides

February 25, 2022Deeper Dive on Pilot Responsibilities of Frontline Care Managers Recording and Slides

February 11, 2022The Role of CIN Care Management Teams in the Healthy Opportunities PilotsRecording and Slides