Recent TA Updates 

The TA materials below are the most recent updates that were distributed within the past week.

 

Health Information Exchange (HIE) & Health Information Technology (HIT)

This slide deck discusses HIT and population health management project plan application requirements, implementation plan development and the Medicaid HIT/HIE Roadmap and Operational Plan. (October 9, 2017)

PCG Financial Executor Information 

Presentation and Q&A with the Financial Executor, Public Consulting Group (PCG). (October 2, 2017)

Myers & Stauffer Independent Assessor Information

Presentation and Q&A with the Independent Assessor, Myers & Stauffer Consulting. (October 2, 2017)

TA Resource Index

This index outlines technical assistance resources ACHs can leverage when completing the Project Plan Template.  It is organized according to the subsections of the Template, highlighting specific resources that may be useful to ACHs as they complete that section.  (Updated as of October 4, 2017)

Project Plan Review Tool

HCA has engaged Myers and Stauffer LC to serve as the Delivery System Reform Incentive Program (DSRIP) Independent Assessor for the Medicaid Transformation Demonstration. Myers and Stauffer will conduct assessments of Project Plans submitted by Accountable Communities of Health on November 16, 2017. We are seeking your comments on two components of Myers and Stauffer’s Project Plan review tool: the evaluation criteria/definitions and scoring methodology. (September 22, 2017)

Standard Partner Agreement

In accordance with STC 29, ACHs must establish a partnership agreement with partnering providers. To support this process, HCA has been working on a standard agreement that will be a required element of registration with the Financial Executor portal. Meaning, partnering providers will need to agree to these terms in order to complete registration and receive incentive funds. HCA is seeking ACH feedback on the terms contained within this document since it will be required for funds distribution. (September 22, 2017)

Sample Term Sheet

The sample term sheet document is a template for ACHs to use to formalize relationships with partnering providers outside of the Financial Executor Portal requirements. This document was prepared based on agreements used in New York but sample terms are illustrative only. ACHs should contact legal counsel for assistance developing appreciate legal documents. (September 22, 2017)