SIMPMO: Initiatives

Please use the links below to get more information on each of the primary drivers and enabling initiatives.
Primary Drivers of Innovation
In order to achieve our vision, three drivers of transformation are necessary:
Advanced Medical Home Initiative: An Advanced Medical Home model will allow practices to manage effectively the total needs of a population of patients.

Community and Clinical Integration ProgramThe Community and Clinical Integration Program (CCIP) is the most recent and among the most ambitious products of our work on care delivery reform. CCIP is comprised of a set of care delivery standards and technical assistance that is intended to enable Advanced Networks and FQHCs to deliver care that results in better health outcomes at lower costs for Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial plan enrollees. CCIP participants will receive free technical assistance, as well as peer support through a Learning Collaborative.
Community health improvement: Designated Prevention Service Centers ("Prevention Service Centers") and Health Enhancement Communities (HECs) will coordinate the efforts of community organizations, healthcare providers, employers, consumers and local public health entities.
Consumer empowerment: Mechanisms for consumer input and feedback, incentives for positive care experience, and enhanced information will enable consumers to manage their own health and make informed choices regarding their care.
Enabling Initiatives
Connecticut will enable our broad transformation through performance, cost and price transparency, value-based payment, health information technology, and workforce development. These initiatives, described in detail in the Innovation Plan, are highlighted here because of their role in achieving our vision.
Paulus RA et al. Health Affairs 2008; Reforming the healthcare delivery system, Geisinger report, 2009
ACA Sec. 3502: Establishing Community Health teams to support the Patient Centered Medical Homes 

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