On behalf of the NYSDOH, your practice/organization may be contacted by a medical record collection and abstraction vendor, Cotiviti, to review DSRIP/Medicaid patient records. Because this is a claims-based audit, Cotiviti may contact a DSRIP participating or non-participating practice or organization. The review will occur from November, 2019 – March, 2020. The official notice can […]
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Community Partners of WNY (A DSRIP PPS) Fall 2019 Newsletter Now Available! The newsletter includes updates on: Cover Story Feature: Value Based Viability: Continuing momentum from DSRIP Features Highlighting: Rideshare services for Medicaid Members DSRIP 2.0 and more! For the complete quarterly update, access the newsletter by clicking here.
The upstate public comment day will be held on October 30, 2019 at the Oncenter’s Carrier Theater, 421 Montogomery Street, Syracuse, NY 13202. This will be an opportunity for stakeholders to voice their opinions either in person at the meeting, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org through November 4, 2019 (please include “1115 Public Forum Comment” in the […]
The CBO Consortium of Upstate New York has partnered with VBP Forward to bring to our members an exciting training opportunity. VBP Forward: The Workshops will be offered in Buffalo, Syracuse and Albany this Fall and will focus on building the capacity of community-based organizations in fostering stronger sustainability through value-based payments and contracting. The […]
The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) has released the draft of an amendment proposal to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for the Medicaid Redesign Team (MRT) waiver, the purpose of which would be to extend the DSRIP program through to march 31, 2021. This extension would then be renewable every year […]
The University at Buffalo School of Management and the American College of Healthcare Executives will be hosting a forum to discuss the pressing questions for the future of the healthcare industry. Some of the topics covered will be increasing pharmaceutical costs, the evolution of EMRs, payor model uncertainty, and patient care and access. To answer […]
Faith Community Nurses (FCNs) are registered professional nurses who practice patient-centered care: a combination of nursing knowledge and spiritual care. Although FCNs do not participate directly in hands-on care, they are invaluable as health educators and counselors who promote health and prevent illness. The Foundations of Faith Community Nurses course explores this specialty, which can […]
HANYS’ Opioid Summit: Innovative Collaboration for Change is designed for healthcare professionals delivering opioid use disorder prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery services across the continuum of care. This education and networking event will explore innovative opioid use disorder programs and evidence-based strategies, offering resources, tools, and best practices. The Summit will be held at the Saratoga Springs […]
The African American Health Disparities Task Force has announced “Igniting Hope 2019: Building A Culture of Health & Ending African American Health Disparities” will take place Fri., Aug. 17, and Sat., Aug. 18, 2019 at the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at 955 Main St. , Buffalo. The Conference is […]
A new report from the United Hospital Fund, DSRIP Promising Practices: Strategies for Meaningful Change for New York Medicaid, highlights case studies of various DSRIP projects across New York State. The report provides key takeaways from the first four years of the DSRIP program, such as the focus on combating the social determinants of health in […]