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HUBs simplify health care for consumers who are overwhelmed or confused. They serve those who would otherwise reject the system and not respond to any entity that can help, eventually relying on emergency rooms for care because they can’t find a doctor who accepts Medicaid or they don’t communicate with their health plan.
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HUBs are an excellent avenue to address Ohio’s high infant mortality rate and identify low-income, pregnant women in need of pre-natal care.
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HUBs reduce state health costs by addressing the social determinants and barriers to care.
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Investing in standardized operations that would enable HUBs across the state to share information appropriately and help health plans more effectively report data to the state is one near-term goal.