Funds Flow Considerations


Funds Flow 101

This resource is a presentation provided by Manatt for the WA Health Care Authority for the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program.  The presentation gives an overview of Funds Flow. (May 2017 *Content subject to change, please check back for updates.)


Guidance on Design Fund Non-Allowable Expenditures

Accountable Communities of Health will be required to describe actual expenditures of Phase I Project Design funds and provide a projected Phase II Project Design funds budget as part of the their Phase II Certification Submission Template.  Costs must be reasonable for services rendered.  This resource created by Healthier WA  is an overview of non-allowable expenditures for Project Design funds. (May 2017)

Project Design Fund Spending-Examples

Project Design funds are intended to allow ACHs to begin to develop the technology, tools, and human resources for ACHs to pursue Medicaid transformation goals. HCA has provided a list of specific non-allowable expenditures for Project Design funds. A number of sources were reviewed to develop the list of non-allowable expenditures, including current state and federal funding guidance and other states’ DSRIP program guidance. (May 2017)

Funds Flow 102

This process provides updates on DSRIP Funds Flow, including: High-Level DSRIP Updates: Terminology and Concepts, Financial Executor Update, available DSRIP Funds Flow Updates by Stream and the DSRIP Funds Flow Design Calendar. (June 2017 *Content subject to change, please check back for updates.)  


WA DSRIP Calculator Tool (Version 1)

Version 1 of the DSRIP calculator is intended to provide decision support to ACHs in modeling their potential DSRIP program Project Pool revenue under various scenarios.  The information and output in this tool is an estimate, based on best available information, and subject to change. (July 2017)

Comparison of Design Funds & Project Incentives

This resource summarizes the difference between DSRIP design funds and project incentives including how funds may be earned and distributed.  ACHs may use this summary to educate partnering providers and other stakeholders. (July 2017)