30-Day Transitions of Care Program Project Participation Opportunities

On July 10, we held an office hour to address questions from partners relating to the 30-Day Transitions of Care Program Project Participation Opportunities (PPOs). For our partners who were unable to join, the slides are available to view here. We have compiled Frequently Asked Questions on the 30-Day Transitions of Care Program to provide… Full Story »

Housing Domain Services Program FAQs Now Available

On June 10, we held an office hour to address questions from partners relating to the Housing Domain Services Project Participation Opportunities (PPOs). For our partners who were unable to join, the slides are available to view here. We have compiled Frequently Asked Questions on the Housing Navigation Services Program and the Respite Services Program to… Full Story »

Food and Nutrition Services Program FAQ Now Available

On May 23, we held an office hour to address questions from partners relating to the Food and Nutrition Services Project Participation Opportunity (PPO). For our partners who were unable to join, the slides are available to view here. We have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questionsto provide further guidance on the Food and… Full Story »

The Project Participation Opportunity (PPO) for the Food and Nutrition Services Program is now available

On May 6, we held a webinar to update partners on OneCity Health Phase IV Contracting, the slides are available to view here. As mentioned during the webinar, there are several targeted initiatives for Phase IV that have been approved for contracting by the PPS Executive Committee as of May 2019. The Project Participation Opportunity (PPO)… Full Story »

OneCity Health Phase IV Contracting webinar

On May 6, we held a webinar to update partners on OneCity Health Phase IV Contracting. For our partners who were unable to view the webinar, the slides are available to view here These slides provide an overview of targeted initiatives for Phase IV that have been approved for contracting by the PPS Executive Committee… Full Story »

Phase IV Contracting FAQ

Last month we held an office hour to address questions from partners relating to Phase IV Contracting. We have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions to provide further guidance on Phase IV Contracting and the Project Participation Opportunity (PPO) process.  Earlier in March, we held a webinar to update partners on Phase IV Contracting.… Full Story »

Phase IV Contracting Updates

On March 12, we held a webinar to update partners on OneCity Health Phase IV Contracting. For our partners who were unable to view the webinar, the slides are available to view here. We will hold an office hour on Tuesday, March 19th to address questions from partners relating to Phase IV Contracting: Join Webex… Full Story »

Phase IV Contracting Webinar for CBOs

On February 22, we presented OneCity Health’s Webinar: Phase IV Contracting Webinar for CBOs. For our partners who were unable to view the webinar, the slides are available to view here.

De Blasio Administration Opens First NYC Health + Hospitals Urgent Care Clinics to Offer Faster Service, Ease Demand on Public Hospital Emergency Rooms

New ExpressCare clinics will offer convenient, quick access to medical care for non-life-threatening conditions and offer built-in connection to primary care physicians to ensure continuity of care for nearly 45,000 New Yorkers Mayor Bill de Blasio, Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Dr. Herminia Palacio and NYC Health + Hospitals President and CEO Dr.… Full Story »

Partner Webinar: Critical PPS Updates, Final Reminder on Invoicing for Phase II Outcome Measures and the Drive to Phase IV Contracting

Thank you to our partners who attended today’s OneCity Health Partner Webinar: Critical PPS Updates, Final Reminder on Invoicing for Phase II Outcome Measures and the Drive to Phase IV Contracting. For our partners who were unable to view the webinar, the slides are available to view here. As discussed during the webinar, our partners should keep… Full Story »