With a network of approximately 165,000 active providers, ODM delivers health care coverage to more than 3 million residents of Ohio on a daily basis. Working closely with stakeholders, advocates, medical professionals, and fellow state agencies, the agency continues to find new ways to modernize Medicaid in Ohio. Some recent accomplishments include:
- Enhancing investment in home- and community-based setting for long-term care
- Implementing a new Medicaid managed care program that brings a new level of choice to residents across Ohio
- Launching a comprehensive primary care (CPC) program to pay for value rather than volume
- Integrate physical and behavioral health care and enhance the quality of care delivered to Ohioans through the Behavioral Health Redesign
From incentivizing care quality and revamping care delivery to fighting fraud and bolstering program integrity, ODM is committed to serving Ohio's taxpayers and families.
Medicaid State Plan
The State Plan is a comprehensive written statement that describes the nature and scope of the Ohio Medicaid program and assures that it is administered in conformity with federal requirements and regulations.
Lead Testing and Hazard Control
Lead poisoning can damage nearly every system in the body, and it continues to be a serious hazard for many of Ohio's children.
Improving Wellness for Kids
Improving childhood wellness through Comprehensive Primary Care.
Support for Children's Services Transformation
Foster Care and Adoption Assistance in Medicaid: Rising Enrollment & Use of Behavioral Health Services
Health Plan HEDIS Report
Ohio Medicaid quality measures assess managed care plan performance in key program areas (i.e., access, clinical quality, consumer satisfaction).
Ohio Department of Medicaid Director, Maureen M. Corcoran
Being smart with taxpayer dollars is one of Ohio Medicaid's greatest responsibilities. We are increasingly linking provider payments to health outcomes to drive value and quality for every dollar invested in care. At the same time, we are bringing greater accountability and transparency to the cost of Ohio's Medicaid program.
Tell us what you think. Ohio Medicaid always welcomes your feedback about our proposed changes. Find information here about Medicaid proposals and submit your comments.
Population Health and Quality
The Ohio Medicaid Quality Strategy is central to guiding our ongoing mission to improve health outcomes for Ohioans through innovation.
The Office of Legislative Affairs is responsible for developing, managing and executing strategies to advance the Departments legislative agenda and assists in developing effective legislative policy initiatives on behalf of the agency.
Boards and Committees
Ohio Medicaid staff participate in a variety of federal, state, and local boards and committees. These groups are comprised of individuals who support or are directly involved in our work. Their expert knowledge and informed feedback is critical to the success of our programs and services.