Innovative payment models can support medical homes by decreasing the cost of care, incenting and rewarding quality over quantity, and enabling practices to invest in infrastructure and supports. Many leading states have learned from early initiatives and are moving forward with new payment models that to further drive system goals, including lowered costs, improved quality and increased patient satisfaction. Join us as program leaders in Colorado, Rhode Island, and Vermont describe advances in their medical home initiatives, including where they started and where they hope to go.
Mary Takach, Program Director, National Academy for State Health Policy
Kathryn Jantz, Program Performance Specialist, Colorado Dept. of Health Care Policy and Financing
Greg Trollan, Program Performance Specialist, Colorado Dept. of Health Care Policy and Financing
- Slides: Accountable Care Collaborative
Dr. Diedre Gifford, Rhode Island Medicaid Medical Director
Hunt Blair, Deputy Commissioner, Division of Health Reform, Vermont Dept. of Health Access
- Slides: Blueprint Evolution…Health Reform Evolution…Vermont’s Blueprint for Health as an Agent of Change