The purpose of the DSRIP program (Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program) is to fundamentally restructure the New York State health care delivery system by reinvesting in the Medicaid program, with the primary objective of reducing avoidable hospital use by 25% over five years. The New York State Department of Health has allocated $6.42 billion to this program with payouts based upon health systems and participating providers achieving the predefined results in system transformation, clinical management and population health.
Better Health for Northeast New York (BHNNY) PPS
BHNNY has partnered with more than 175 community healthcare providers to create a Performing Provider System (PPS) called the BHNNY PPS, which spans a five county catchment area (Albany, Columbia, Greene, Saratoga, and Warren). The Project Management Office (PMO) for the BHNNY PPS has chosen 11 DSRIP projects to implement over the five-year program. The projects focus on clinical improvement, population health management, and system transformation.
By 2020, the BHNNY PPS will restructure the healthcare delivery system by:
- Reducing avoidable ED use and inpatient readmissions by 25%;
- Enhancing the patient experience and clinical outcomes;
- Improving key population health measures;
- Minimizing the system-wide cost of care by transitioning to a Value Based Payment system; and
- Providing a community-based approach to care through the integration of services.
BHNNY PPS partnering provider types include:
- Behavioral Health
- Community Based Organizations
- Health Home and Care Management
- Non-PCP Practitioners
- Primary Care Physicians
- Skilled Nursing Facilities and Nursing Homes