Mount Sinai Health Home

Mount Sinai Health Home is a free service that integrates and coordinates health care for Medicaid patients. Funded by the New York Department of Health, the program is designed to improve the quality of care while lowering cost.

Once you enroll in Mount Sinai Health Home, you will be assigned a care coordinator. Your care coordinator will oversee and coordinate any health care services you may require. Working together, you and your care coordinator will develop a care plan that addresses any medical, mental health, and social service needs you may have. Your care coordinator is there to help you get the most out of your plan, improve your health, and take ownership of your care. Other services provided by our care coordinators include:

  • Connecting all elements of care including primary care doctors, specialists, housing programs, social workers, mental health providers, substance use and addiction services, and HIV services
  • Identifying additional ways to maintain health and access to care
  • Finding and selecting services that better support improved health and ongoing health maintenance
  • Assisting with appointments and scheduling transportation
  • Helping members adhere to appointment and medication schedules
  • Improving efficiency while decreasing overuse of services
  • Transitioning members from hospitals to the community

Enrolling in Mount Sinai Health Home does not change your insurance, providers, or benefits.  The program is voluntary – you can withdraw consent at any time.