San Diego Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (SDAIM)

Past Community Listening Sessions

The County of San Diego’s Health and Human Services Agency held two virtual community listening sessions during February 2023 to discuss new services for Medi-Cal members with complex needs and receive input to help create the County's "Roadmap" for California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM). Each session provided an overview of CalAIM and presented draft priorities areas and potential strategies for implementation. Public input was solicited through interactive poll questions and discussion forum.

February 2023 - Community Listening Sessions

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SDAIM Emerging Priority Areas

San Diego Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (SDAIM) refers to the County of San Diego’s local approach to California Advancing Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM). SDAIM partners and collaborates with community providers, direct service providers, County departments, managed care providers and local government to assist in coordinating the goals of CalAIM at a local level.

Core components of CalAIM include providing whole person care coordination through Enhanced Care Management and Community Supports such as housing navigation, housing deposits, short-term post-hospitalization housing, recuperative care, nursing facility transition, personal and homemaker services, medically-supportive meals, and sobering centers to name a few. These are offered to any beneficiary that qualifies within one or more of the populations of focus as defined by CalAIM, which includes individuals experiencing homelessness, high utilizers, individuals with serious mental illness/substance use disorder, seniors or people living with disabilities, people re-entering the community from jail/prison, children, and youth in foster care. 

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