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WA DSRIP Funds Flow


Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Program
“Funds Flow 103” Technical Assistance Resource
August 2017

Clarifications from Previous TA Sessions
Project Incentives:
Measurement and Payment Timing
P4R & P4P Achievement Value Calculation
DSRIP Funds Allocation Considerations

Phase II Certification Q&A

Phase II Certification

Accountable Communities of Health
Phase II Certification Questions & Answers
July 21, 2017

This document provides answers to questions received from the Accountable Communities of
Health (ACHs) and/or their Regional Coordinators about the Phase II Certification requirements.
Please note that we have taken the liberty to paraphrase some questions.

HIT Commons Business Plan

HIT Commons

Oregon Health Information Technology (HIT)
Commons Business Plan
A public/private collaborative to further HIT Spread in Oregon

Jointly prepared by the Office of Health Information Technology,
Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Health Leadership Council

Final Project Plan Template

Final Project Plan

A number of changes were made to the Project Plan Template and Supplemental Workbook based on ACH, stakeholder and general public feedback

Refining requirements on Required Health Systems and Community Capacity (Domain 1) Focus Area and removing the requirement to address Domain 1 at a project level

Modifying level of detail required for project funding allocation by organization and use types

Increasing the word count in several sections

Adding detailed submission instructions

Phase II Certification

Phase 2 Certification

The certification process will ensure each Accountable Community of Health (ACH) is capable of serving as the regional lead entity and single point of performance accountability to the state for transformation projects under the Medicaid Transformation Project demonstration (demonstration).

VBP Capability For Providers

vbp capabilities

DSRIP provides opportunity to build provider capability as it relates to VBP; VBP adoption can reinforce and sustain DSRIP investments

Providers’ understanding of the core capabilities needed to succeed in VBP varies greatly

ACHs must also understand the needed capabilities, the current state of these capabilities among their provider partners, and how they can leverage DSRIP funds to support development of capabilities moving forward

Project Plan Review Tool

healthier washington

HCA has engaged Myers and Stauffer LC to serve as the Delivery System Reform Incentive Program (DSRIP) Independent Assessor for the Medicaid Transformation Demonstration. Myers and Stauffer will conduct assessments of Project Plans submitted by Accountable Communities of Health on November 16, 2017. We are seeking your comments on two components of Myers and Stauffer’s Project Plan review tool: the evaluation criteria/definitions and scoring methodology. (September 22, 2017)