Health Risk Assessment (HRA) for Providers - Healthy Michigan Plan
Archived Recording with Independent Study Online Course
Release Date: August 1, 2014
Review Date: July 6, 2016
Expiration Date: July 31, 2017
Estimated time to complete: 2.00 hours
This course was developed for health care practitioners (MD, DO, PA, NP) who are providing care and services to Health Michigan Plan beneficiaries.  Participants will gain knowledge about the role of the primary care provider when delivering care to Health Michigan Plan beneficiaries including the process for accessing, completing and submitting the Healthy Michigan Plan Health Risk Assessment.
  • Describe legislation and policy that provide for implementaiton of the Healthy Michigan Plan HRA
  • Communicate the expectation that beneficiaries will schedule a well check appointment within 60 days of enrolling in a health plan
  • Using the CHAMPS system, identify Healthy Michigan Plan beneficiaries at the point of service
  • Given the innovative copay structure of the Healthy Michigan Plan, identify whether Health Michigan Plan beneficiaries have a copayment that should be collected at the point of service
  • Describe the providers' process for accessing, completing and submitting the Healthy Michigan Plan HRA to the appropriate managed care plan
  • Discuss the process for using the Health Michigan Plan HRA to assess beneficiaries for health risk behaviors
  • Describe the process forusing the Healthy Michigan Plan HRA to assess beneficiaries' readiness to change
  • Describe how to integrate HRA findings into patient-centered plans of care, with a goal of improving health outcomes
  • Describe the healthy behaviors annual cost-sharing reduction or incentive availalbe to beneficiaries enrolled in a managed care plan
  • Describe the role of the Healthy Michigan Plan HRA in determining eligibility for the reduction or incentive
  • Explain the provider incentives related to the Healthy Michigan Plan HRA
Planners/Faculty and Disclosures:
Activity Director: Debra Darling*, RN, BSN; Project Manager, Institute for Health Policy, Michigan State University
Administrative Coordinator: Sherri Hines*, BS, MA; Administrator, Continuing Education Provider Unit, Michigan Public Health Institute
Planning Committee Members/Content Reviewers: Meta Kreiner*, MS; Senior Quality Analyst, Michigan Department of Community Health; Monica Kwasnik*, MS; Manager, Quality Improvement & Program Deveopment Section, Michigan Department of Community Health; Theresa Wehrwein*, RN, PhD, NEA-BC; Associate Dean, Michigan State University; Associate Professor, Michigan State University
*The Planning Committee members, faculty, CME Committee members and CME staff involved with this activity as content validation reviewers have indicated they have no relationship(s) with industry to disclose relative to the content of this CME activity.
Resolution of Conflicts of Interest:
In accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support of CME, William Beaumont Hospital implemented mechanisms, prior to the planning and implementation of this CME activity, to identity and resolve conflicts of interest for all individuals in a position to control content of this CME activity.
Hardware/Software Requirements
Internet access and download to MediaSite
Module 1  Introduction  2 minutes
Module 2  Healthy Michigan Plan Point of Service: Eligibility and Co-pay Obligations  10 minutes
Module 3  The Healthy Michigan Plan Health Risk Assessment Overview  20 minutes
Module 4  Accessing the HRA  20 minutes
Module 5  Completing the HRA  20 minutes
Module 6  Submitting the HRA  15 minutes
Module 7  Integrating the HRA into Practice  15 minutes
Module 8  Resources  3 minutes
Module 9  Post-Test  10 minutes
Evaluation  5 minutes
Criteria for Continuing Education/Continuing Medical Education:
1. Review disclosures and other continuing education information below
2. View the webcast in its entirety by clicking the link below
3. After watching, please click the evaluation survey link below. Complete the survey, which incorporates the post-test and requires a minimum performance level of 80% (12 of 14 correct) to receive credit.
    Certificates of continuing medical education will be available online at the conclusion of the evaluation. Certificates of Completion are availalbe also. 
4. The CME Credit Code is: 16152
CME Accreditation
This activity has been planning and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of William Beaumont Hospital, Michigan Public Health Institute - Continuing Education Provider Unit and Michigan State University, Institute for Health Policy.  William Beaumont Hospital is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CME Credit Designation
William Beaumont Hospital designates this enduring material for a maximum of 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Non-physician professionals should check with their individual credentialing bodies to confirm that participant in this CME activity will be approved for credit.  CME credits can be used to meet the continuing education requirements needed for Michigan physician assistant and nursing relicensure without limitation.
References/Additional Resources
Healthy Michigan Plan. (2014). Michigan Department of Community Health. Available by clicking here.
Michigan Public Act 107 of 2013. (2013). State of Michigan Legislature. Available by clicking here.
Healthy Michigan Plan Health Risk Assessment. (2013). Michigan Department of Community Health. DCH-1315. Available by clicking here.
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This course expires on July 31, 2017