According to a new study completed by the United Hospital Fund, the DSRIP program has played a key role in increasing the adoption of the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) healthcare model in New York State. Between May of 2017 and 2018 there has been a 35% increase in the number of primary care providers adopting the model, which is a huge jump from the average of 15% in previous years. The model was created by the National Committee for Quality Assurance, and works to improve quality outcomes by coordinating care through a patient’s primary care provider.
The next Project Advisory Committee (PAC) Meeting is being held on June 11 from 8:00 – 9:30am. The meeting will be hosted at the Millennium Hotel in Buffalo and will feature a presentation from Kristin Woodlock, of Woodlock and Associates, on the CPWNY Innovations Projects, providing an overview of each project and discussing strategic lessons learned. There will also be a budget update for CPWNY.
light breakfast buffet will be served with fruit, pastries, coffee, tea and juices.
For more information and to register for the event, please visit the PAC meeting’s Eventbrite page.
The New York State Department of Health has released a collection of descriptions and pictures of the exhibits that each PPS created for the 2019 DSRIP Learning Symposium. CPWNY’s section is on page 18 and 19 of the compendium, and details our presentation. There is also a description of a video CPWNY produced to show some of our DSRIP projects and partners.
Community Partners of WNY (A DSRIP PPS) Spring 2019 Newsletter Now Available!
The newsletter includes updates on:
- Cover Story Feature: 4th Annual NYS DSRIP Learning Symposium
- Features Highlighting:
- CPWNY By the Numbers
- The Launch of the Nurse-Family Partnership at Catholic Health
- and more!
For the complete quarterly update, access the newsletter by clicking here.