Title: Mobile Opioid Solutions for Whole Healthcare Integration (MOSHI) Applicant Organization Name: Cornerstone Whole Healthcare Organization, Inc. Project Director: Denise Jensen, firstname.lastname@example.org Main Address: 11485 Payette Heights RD Unit 2 Payette, Idaho 83661 Website: https://www.c-who.org/ Requested Award Amount: $2,999,998.53 Project Proposal Summary: Through the MOSHI?project, Cornerstone Whole Healthcare Organization will implement a transformational model of opioid care in three communities across the state of Idaho. The goal of the MOSHI project is to deliver high quality opioid use disorder treatment and detox through both telehealth and mobile solutions. The development of a mobile detox unit and OUD/SUD treatment delivered via telehealth, will reach both rural and frontier healthcare settings to allow Idaho residents to gain access to services in healthcare shortage areas. Project Proposed Services: The MOSHI project will develop a regional rural virtual health neighborhood model in which regional hubs are linked to spoke care sites (health and non-health providers) via care compacts. These sites will be supported through robust technical assistance including?1) data analytics resources, 2) population health technology, 3) financial modeling, 4) care?management, 5) telehealth strategies, 6) integrated behavioral health, 7) mental health, 8) substance use and opioid use disorders, and 9) clinical pharmacy integration. Description of the Target Population: The target population across all the target sites includes an average of 13.24% of individuals living at or below the poverty line. 14.69% of individuals living without health insurance, all under the age of 65. With 19.6% being of Hispanic ethnicity and 1.93% being of American Indian descent. The MOSHI project will serve: 1) Individuals at risk of, diagnosed with, in treatment for, and/or in recovery for SUD/OUD and/or co-occurring mental disorders; 2) Individuals in rura
l communities; 3) All ages; 4) All insured (Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare, & Military); and 5) All safety net populations (working poor, uninsured, or indigent population).