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County Executive Bello Signs Referral Allowing Him to Take Action to Alleviate Hospital Bed Shortages

The County Executive signed a referral allowing him to execute a contract to provide $5 million in ARPA funds to Finger Lakes Performing Provider System (FLPPS) to provide incentives for nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities to take patients who no longer need to be hospitalized, but may still require complex care.

County Executive Bello Signs Referral Allowing Him to Take Action to Alleviate Hospital Bed Shortages2022-11-29T16:23:04+00:00

Program Manager

Career Opportunities Community-Based Doula Program

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Reporting: Senior Program Manager

Program Manager2022-10-18T23:43:35+00:00

Community Action for Wyoming Access to Healthcare Program

Finger Lakes Performing Provider System (FLPPS) is collaborating with Community Action for Wyoming (Community Action) to improve healthcare access for vulnerable and underserved individuals in the region. Community Action will establish a telehealth hub at its location in Perry, NY, and its Care Coordinators will engage individuals and connect them to primary care and behavioral health services.

Community Action for Wyoming Access to Healthcare Program2022-11-29T16:23:04+00:00

Making Medicaid More Accessible and Equitable: UHF’s Annual Medicaid Conference

Following Mr. Bassiri’s keynote, a panel of representatives from Rochester-area health and community organizations discussed ways to improve Medicaid through regional health planning. Wade Norwood, Chief Executive Officer, Common Ground Health; Ann Marie Cook, Executive Director at Lifespan; Laura Gustin, Executive Director at Systems Integration Project; and Carol Tegas, Executive Director at Finger Lakes Performing Provider System agreed on the importance of regional collaborations to address community needs bridging the silos between organizations and domains.

Making Medicaid More Accessible and Equitable: UHF’s Annual Medicaid Conference2022-09-28T13:17:03+00:00

Increasing Access to Healthcare for Vulnerable People in Steuben & Livingston Counties

Finger Lakes Performing Provider System (FLPPS) is collaborating with Catholic Charities of Steuben / Livingston to improve healthcare access in those counties. Catholic Charities of Steuben / Livingston will expand its outreach and use a mobile van to provide telehealth services and social determinants of health screenings.

Increasing Access to Healthcare for Vulnerable People in Steuben & Livingston Counties2022-08-10T15:28:14+00:00

Food Delivery Programs Address Food Insecurity in Rural and Urban Areas

FLPPS is partnering with two regional foodbanks and non-profit agencies to address food insecurity and maternal health needs in the Finger Lakes region. Food insecurity is a social determinant of health and a driving force of health inequities. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the crisis of food insecurity, disproportionally affecting women and racial and ethnic minorities.

Food Delivery Programs Address Food Insecurity in Rural and Urban Areas2022-06-03T02:45:31+00:00

Collaboration Will Assist Homeless Individuals with “Boots on the Ground” Medical and Behavioral Health Care

FLPPS is collaborating with Huther Doyle (an addiction treatment organization) and Regional Health Reach (a federally qualified health center serving homeless individuals) to provide medical, dental, and behavioral health care to the unsheltered homeless in the City of Rochester.

Collaboration Will Assist Homeless Individuals with “Boots on the Ground” Medical and Behavioral Health Care2022-06-03T02:26:53+00:00

Innovation Projects

Innovation Projects

From 2017 – 2020 FLPPS Partners worked on innovative projects to improve performance on prioritized FLPPS pay-for-performance clinical outcomes intended to drive quick results.

Innovation Projects2022-05-24T02:29:44+00:00

Naturally Occurring Care Network (NOCN) Initiatives

Naturally Occurring Care Network (NOCN) Initiatives

In 2019, FLPPS NOCNs developed solutions and identified interventions to address key underperforming clinical outcomes specific to each NOCN region after performing a root cause analysis.

Naturally Occurring Care Network (NOCN) Initiatives2022-05-24T02:30:45+00:00
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