Regional Partnership Transformation Funding Program

​The Commission authorized the Regional Partnership Transformation Grant program in June 2015.  This four-year competitive grant-based program was designed to create and fund hospital-led multidisciplinary teams that work across statewide geographic regions to develop interventions for high-risk and high-utilizing Medicare beneficiaries, who often present at hospitals with multiple complex and chronic conditions.  As part of the program, hospitals partnered with neighboring hospitals and/or diverse community organizations including local health departments, provider organizations, community health workers, and behavioral health resources to develop interventions that were intended to result in more efficient care delivery under the metrics of the All-Payer Model​

Read the HSCRC Summary Report on Regional Partnership Transformation Grant Programs Activities  for FY2020 here​
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​​Regional Partnership​​ Program Summary 
and FY2020 Report
Bay Area Transformation Partnership ​ FY2020 Report 
Program Summary 

​CalvertHealth Medical Center FY2020 Report
Program Summary
Community Health Partnership of Baltimore​ ​ FY2020 Report
Program Summary 
​Greater Baltimore Medical Center FY2020 Report
Program Summary 
​Howard Health Partnership  FY2020 Report
Program Summary
​LifeBridge Health System ​FY2020 Report
Program Summary
MedStar Total Elder Care Collaborative​ ​FY2020 Report
Program Summary
​Nexus Montgomery ​FY2020 Report
Program Summary
TidalHealth (formally Peninsula Regional Medical Center)​ FY2020 Report
Program Summary
Totally Linking Care, MD ​ ​FY2020 Report
Program Summary
Trivergent Health Alliance Regional Partnership​ FY2020 Report
Program Summary
UHCC-UMUCH; Northeast Maryland​ ​FY2020 Report
Program Summary
UM SJMG Transitional Care- Behavioral Health Center​ ​FY2020 Report
Program Summary
West Baltimore Collaborative ​ ​FY2020 Report
Program Summary​

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