In February 2016, IEHP teamed up with Landmark Health to offer a new program aimed at meeting the unique healthcare needs of our Members with multiple chronic conditions. This program will provide in-home medical care to help frail IEHP Members preserve their independence and stay safely in their “homes” (or usual settings).
Who can participate in the Landmark program?
Our Members with five or more chronic health conditions—enrolled in Medi-Cal and/or IEHP DualChoice Cal MediConnect Plan (Medicare-Medicaid Plan).
Goals of the Landmark program:
How does the Landmark program work?
IEHP Members who qualify for the program can schedule their first visit by calling Landmark or by
completing and returning an enrollment form that we will mail to them. Landmark also will be contacting
these Members proactively.
Each enrolled Member is assigned a Landmark Provider, who gets to know the individual’s medical conditions.
On average, a Landmark Provider will see the Member once per month and help him or her with planned
Members will continue to see their IEHP PCP and Specialists, as needed.
A Landmark Provider or care team professional can also give advice by phone to enrolled Members.
How do our Members benefit from this program?
The Landmark program is available through IEHP to qualified Members and offers these FREE benefits:
“House calls” – delivered by Landmark Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants. Landmark provides high-quality medical services in the “home” (or usual setting) of our most medically vulnerable Members.
“24/7 coverage” – Landmark offers around-the-clock medical care, after-hours, and weekend coverage from a care team of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and more.
“Clinical integration” – works with the Member’s current PCP to ensure that the care plan is reinforced in the home; the Landmark program does not replace the Member’s PCP.