The NYS Department of Health (DOH) recently hosted the First Annual PPS Learning Symposium. Joseph Lamantia, Chief of Operations for Population Health at Stony Brook Medicine, moderated a panel discussion entitled Driving Toward Integrated Delivery Systems. The panel discussion of Performing Provider Systems (PPSs) and providers explored lessons learned throughout the Medicare Accountable Care Organization (ACO) demonstration project in NYS and discussed strategies and possible infrastructure that could be replicated inside DSRIP PPS entities. The NYS DOH has posted all of the presentations from each session. The resources can be found on the NYS DOH DSRIP webpage, under the PPS Workshops section, which can be found by clicking here.
Collaborate on the MRT Innovation eXchange (MIX)
Join the discussion around Medicaid Redesign, share your ideas and collaborate with experts in the field of health care at the MRT Innovation eXchange, known as the MIX. The MIX is a forum for building solutions to the complex challenges we face in our health delivery system related to New York State's Medicaid Program. The MIX is an idea bank, and allows users to post new ideas as well as build on the ideas of others. The goal of the MIX is to accelerate the process by which large communities of experts and stakeholders connect and collectively build solutions to the challenges we face in our journey through healthcare transformation. This is a public platform, to create an account please click here.
The NYS Department of Health DSRIP Team has developed a PPS Quarterly Reporting and Payment Schedule for PPSs and others to use as a reference. The schedule is available here.
Project Advisory Committee Meeting October 6, 2015
All SCC partners please save the date for October 6, 2015 for the next Project Advisory Committee (PAC) meeting. Click here for our PAC Meeting program. To RSVP, please click here.
SCC Open Enrollment for new Partnerships Extended
DOH has announced they will be opening up the Performance Networks in mid-October so that PPSs may add additional partners to help them in achieving their project and performance goals. The SCC welcomes discussions now with potential partners who could contribute to the delivery of coordinated care and towards meeting our DSRIP goals.
For any Suffolk County provider that is not currently a partner in the Suffolk Care Collaborative, we welcome new interested partners to complete our Enrollment Attestation and return to Samuel Lin, Project Management Office at Samuel.Lin@stonybrookmedicine.edu by October 31, 2015. Click here to access our enrollment attestation and provider submission template.
For more information, please contact the Suffolk Care Collaborative via email.