The Southern New England Practice Transformation Network is one of 29 practice transformation networks across the country chosen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to be part of its Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative (TCPI).
The collaborative is led by the University of Massachusetts Medical School and UConn Health. The SNE-PTN has enrolled 5,400 primary care and specialty clinicians throughout the country to customize practice transformation plans to help improve the quality of care delivered to patients, lower costs and enhance the use of electronic health records. These efforts have the overall goal of enhancing the clinicians and their practices ability to participate in new value based care delivery and alternative payment models.
SMC Partners, as a subcontractor with eHealthConnecticut, has been engaged to:
- Provide subject matter expertise to program staff and clinicians related to the meaningful use of their health information technology through consultation, written materials and webinars
- Provide on–site assistance to small practices to enable them to extract accurate clinical quality measures by analyzing workflow and making recommendations for improvement, interfacing with EHR vendors to pinpoint and correct problems with data representation, and assisting practices with reporting requirements for the TCPI program.
- Build a multi-layered data reporting dashboard and portal to capture and display key performance indicators that provides valuable information on the clinical quality and financial progress tracked through this program.
How to help small provider practices enhance value delivery and maximize payment incentives.
Online performance dashboard and high-touch technical assistance.
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