HSCRC Transformation Implementation Program

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Regional Partnership​ ​FY 2017 Narrative Report ​FY 2018 Narrative Report
1. Bay Area Transformation Partnership​ BATP FY 2018 Narrative Report
​2. Calvert Memorial Hospital Calvert Memorial FY 2018 Narrative Report
​3. Community Health Partnership of Baltimore CHPB FY 2018 Narrative Report
​4. GBMC GBMC FY 2018 Narrative Report
​5. Howard Health Partnership Howard Health Partnership FY 2018 Narrative Report
​6. Lifebridge LifeBridge FY 2018 Narrative Report
​7. MedStar House Call Program MedStar House Call Program FY 2018 Narrative Report
​8. Nexus Montgomery Nexus Montgomery FY 2018 Narrative Report
​9. Peninsula Regional Medical Center PRMC-AGH-McCready FY 2018 Narrative Report
​10. Totally Linking Care - Southern MD TLC-Southern MD FY 2018 Narrative Report
​11. Trivergent Health Alliance Trivergent Health Alliance FY 2018 Narrative Report 
​12. UM-St. Joseph UM-St Joseph FY 2018 Narrative Report
​13. UMUCH-UHCC UMUCH-UHCC FY 2018 Narrative Report
​​14. West Baltimore Collaborative West Baltimore Collaborative Narrative Report
 

In 2014, the State of Maryland and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) reached an agreement to modernize Maryland’s all-payer rate-setting system for hospital services. This initiative allowed Maryland to adopt new and innovative policies aimed at improving care, improving population health, and moderating the growth in hospital costs. Transforming Maryland’s health care system to be highly reliable, highly efficient, and a point of pride in our communities requires increased collaboration among health systems, payers, community hospitals, ambulatory physician practices, long-term care, and other providers, as well as patients and families, public health, and community-based organizations. The Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC) seeks proposals for supporting the implementation of plans to improve care coordination and population health in support of Maryland’s All-Payer Model.


These competitive transformation implementation awards are intended to support and leverage a culmination of investments and activities related to partnerships, strategies, progress, and vision for care coordination and provider alignment in the State. The intent of these partnerships and strategies is to reduce potentially avoidable utilization at Maryland hospitals through better care coordination and provider alignment that results in improvement on the metrics required under the new All-Payer Model. Competitive transformation implementation awards will be available to any Maryland acute care or specialty hospital (including TPR hospitals) that submits a successful bid that can immediately provide an impact on reducing avoidable utilization and per capita costs, improving quality, and achieving a return on investment. The aggregate amount available for these awards is up to 0.25% of statewide revenue.


Memo with RFP and FAQs attached: Extention of RFP Submission Date to December 21, 2015  -