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Welcome! We are excited to learn more about your organization and how we can work together to transform our region’s Medicaid healthcare delivery system. Please take a few minutes and review the following checklist:
If your organization supports a Medicaid recipient with a reimbursable or non-reimbursable service (this includes community-based services), your organization may have an interest in contributing to the local DSRIP transformation and participating within our Performing Provider System (PPS).
Every partner organization is required to submit a signed attestation statement documenting their formal consent to be part of the Finger Lakes PPS. Each PPS is allowed to add Partners to their original network one time per year. The last opportunity to join the FLPPS network was September 2015. If you are unsure if your organization has submitted a signed attestation form, please contact a member of our Partner Relations Team.
FLPPS has distributed two sets of contracts to attested and engaged Partners. Phase I – Performance Period 1 (PP1) Contract packages were distributed to Safety Net Partner organizations for DSRIP activities July 1 - September 30, 2015. Phase I – Performance Period 2 (PP2) contract packages were distributed to both Safety Net and Non-Safety Net Partner organizations for DSRIP activities during October 1 – December 31, 2015. The next contract period - Phase I – Performance Period 3 (PP3) will include DSRIP activities taking place from January 1 – March 31, 2016. Phase II contracts, beginning April 1, 2016, will include a 6 month period.
FLPPS is divided into five geographic sub-regions, termed Naturally Occurring Care Networks (NOCN). The FLPPS NOCNs are Finger Lakes, Monroe, Southeastern, Southern, and Western. These Networks represent the full continuum of care and organizational leadership within a shared geographic service area. Each NOCN is led by a participant workgroup that represents the health care providers and CBO’s in their area.
11 DSRIP projects were chosen for implementation across the Finger Lakes PPS to improve health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.
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