From pay-for-performance programs to shared savings models, a growing
number of organizations are testing the ability to pay for quality and
not quantity of healthcare services. The collection and sharing of
physician performance data is critical to supporting these initiatives.
Taconic IPA, through a community transformation program in partnership
with THINC, is leveraging performance reporting data to engage physicians
in quality improvement while increasing reimbursement rates for its physicians.
It's not too late to register to learn more about Taconic and THINC's initiative
during Wednesday's 45-minute online training session, Improving Physician
Performance and Value-Based Reimbursement Levels Through
Meaningful Data Sharing.
During the program, Paul Kaye, MD, medical director at Taconic IPA
and Susan Stuard, executive director, THINC, will describe how the
sharing of data across its organization is improving physician performance
and value-based reimbursement levels, including details on:
For more information, or to register, please visit:
During a pre-conference interview, Dr. Kaye describes how along with
the transformation to a patient-centered medical home came an
acceptance of a model that coordinates care for an entire population,
not just the patients showing up each day. And even though the 238
Taconic physicians at 11 sites have received Level III PPC®-PCMH
recognition from the NCQA, Susan Stuard, executive director of THINC,
explains that practice transformation doesn't stop there.
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I look forward to your participation in this webinar as we delve into
how physician practices can benefit financially from this different
model of care.
Please don't hesitate to contact me directly if you have any questions
or need further information.
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