The Tailored Plan and Tribal Option Evaluator’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Ensuring business leads have formative information to plan and adapt their work in adherence to best practices, current policies, and stakeholder demands
• Performing comprehensive process monitoring to oversee and adjust programs and policies as they are implemented
• Providing meaningful qualitative and quantitative analysis of the impact of Tailored Plan and Tribal Option policies and programs
• Developing effective surveys, reporting templates, and other data collection processes
• Developing high-quality, public-facing and internal reports and dashboards
• Serving as a liaison to Tailored Plan Prepaid Health Plans, Tribal Option administrators, other DHHS divisions and external evaluators on
issues related to the monitoring and evaluation of Tailored Plans and Tribal Option
• Analyzing and presenting quality measure data
Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disability Tailored Plans are designed for individuals with significant behavioral health needs and intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DDs). The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is working to establish standards for Behavioral Health I/DD Tailored Plans that will promote equity and consistent access to services across the State.
The Tribal Option builds on the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians’ strong medical home model and will deliver high-quality care at the local level. The Tribal Option will help tribal members and their families navigate the health care system and access a well-coordinated set of health services.