May 11, 2018 News Headlines
- HANYS Providing Free NYS PCMH Technical Assistance to Primary Care Practices
- HANYS Recognizes the Critical Role of Nurses during National Nurses Week
- Innovation Spotlight—Aurelia Osborn Fox Memorial Hospital Begins Interdisciplinary Rounding
- CHCANYS Opioid Summit: June 11–12, 2018
HANYS Providing Free NYS PCMH Technical Assistance to Primary Care Practices
HANYS is pleased to provide free technical assistance for primary care practices seeking New York State Patient-Centered Medical Home (NYS PCMH) recognition.
New York State, in collaboration with the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), has developed the NYS PCMH recognition program. This state-specific recognition aligns the priorities of New York State with NCQA’s PCMH recognition, including a focus on behavioral health integration, health information technology, care coordination and care management, and value-based payments.
The State Innovation Model (SIM) grant awarded to New York allows HANYS to partner directly with primary care practices across the state, and guide them through NYS PCMH transformation. In addition, New York State will sponsor practices’ first year NYS PCMH recognition fee, or the first NYS PCMH annual reporting fee. Technical assistance is available for physician-led and nurse practitioner-led practices.
For more information about NYS PCMH and HANYS' free transformation services, please visit our website at nyspcmh.hanys.org, or contact Lindsay Milchteim, Associate Director, Practice Advancement Strategies, at email@example.com or by calling (516) 686-6935.
HANYS Recognizes the Critical Role of Nurses during National Nurses Week
During National Nurses Week and throughout the year, HANYS and our member hospitals and health systems recognize nurses across the state for their commitment to delivering high-quality, safe, patient-centered care. We express our sincere gratitude to New York’s nurses for their hard work and dedication to patient care.
Interviews with HANYS’ nurses can be viewed online. Additional tools, resources, and informational materials with regard to the annual National Nurses Week are available through the American Nurses Association. Contact: Christina Miller-Foster
Innovation Spotlight—Aurelia Osborn Fox Memorial Hospital Begins Interdisciplinary Rounding
Healthcare professionals working in isolation are susceptible to inefficiency and miscommunication, which can lead to higher costs for patients. Aurelia Osborn Fox Memorial Hospital schedules interdisciplinary rounds (IDRs) to ensure staff see the big picture.
To learn more about this initiative, read the full story here. This story is just one of the many initiatives profiled on HANYS' NYS Triple Aim website that demonstrate how New York healthcare providers are improving population health, enhancing the quality of patient care, and reducing the cost of healthcare despite fiscal constraints.
CHCANYS Opioid Summit: June 11–12, 2018
In support of collaborative efforts to combat the opioid epidemic, HANYS is notifying members of an opportunity to register for the CHCANYS Opioid Summit at the SUNY Albany-Main Campus’s Campus Center Ballroom, located at 1400 Washington Ave in Albany, New York. Early bird pricing is available for registration until close of business Monday, May 14. CME credits will be available.
Additional resources and trainings can be found on the HANYS’ Opioid Addiction Prevention and Management Collaborative website. Contact: Kathy Rauch