Ropes & Gray advised Coordinated Behavioral Care on the deal.
The program aim to transition adults with mental health needs for short-term inpatient treatment to an ongoing community-based setting.
The program includes a partnership with New York City Health + Hospitals’ Office of Behavioral Health with H+H sponsored Performing Provider System OneCity Health.
Under the program, OneCity Health will invest more than $4 million to implement new models of care to reduce avoidable hospitalizations and lengths of stay. The investment will fund new services including aftercare planning, transition needs assessments, assistance with food and filling prescriptions and accompaniment to primary care visits.
The Ropes & Gray team was led by health care partner Brett Friedman (Picture) and corporate associate Scott Falin.
Law Firms: Ropes & Gray;
Clients: Coordinated Behavioral Care;