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Our solutions are designed to integrate with health plans, at-risk providers, or self-insured employers to aid in alignment of the three components of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's "Triple Aim" (cost, quality, and satisfaction).  Through decades of experience, we’ve learned alignment of the Triple Aim begins at home

Our programming includes solutions for Health Promotion and Community-Based Care.  Our Health Promotion solutions are designed to actively engage beneficiaries in healthy lifestyle choices while arming them with opportunities to improve their overall well-being. Our Community-Based Care solutions are flexible care delivery models that are designed to align the right beneficiary with the right caregiver at the right time in the home. 

Community-Based Care
Comprehensive Health Promotion


Nov 16, 2018

Health Systems in Deep Struggle to Coordinate Resources While Exorcising 'Social Determinants of Health'

In the U.S., social programs and health programs are particularly disconnected compared to other industrialized nations. That makes the job of health systems to bridge the gap to community-based resources a tough task, says Kelly Barnes, health industries leader with PwC.

Nov 01, 2018

Some States Provide Funding When SDOH Used to Improve Quality

Maryland also has emphasized SDOH. In 2014, it revised its Medicaid system to become more of a global payment model in which hospitals could benefit from decreasing utilization, notes Andy Friedell, senior vice president of strategic solutions and public affairs with Maxim Healthcare Services, a provider of home healthcare, medical staffing, and wellness services headquartered in Columbia, MD.

Aug 22, 2018

CMS Selects Maxim Healthcare Services as Care Transformation Organization for the Maryland Primary Care Program

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has selected Maxim Healthcare Services as a Care Transformation Organization (CTO) for the Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) beginning in January 2019.

Jun 06, 2018

Maxim Healthcare and Leidos Partner to Develop Next-Generation Population Health Tools

Maxim Healthcare Services and Leidos today announced a partnership to develop a suite of healthcare products that will put actionable information in the hands of caregivers before entering a patient's home.

Oct 22, 2016

Using Community Health Workers to Reduce Readmission Rates

Maryland has the only all-payer hospital-rate regulation system in the country under a decades-old Medicare waiver. Since 1977, the state's Health Services Cost Review Commission has set the prices hospitals charge patients, regardless of their insurance coverage.

Oct 04, 2016

Community Health Workers Can Help Reduce Hospital Readmissions

Bringing in community health workers to help chronically ill patients access care after a hospitalization can dramatically reduce readmission rates