Partner Webinar: Looking Ahead to Phase II

Thank you to our partners who attended today’s OneCity Health Partner Webinar: Looking Ahead to Phase II.

For our partners who were unable to view the webinar, the slides are available to view here.

Please also view the webinar here:

As we discussed on the webinar, our partners can view a sample Phase II Comprehensive Schedule B here, and view the final process metrics and outcome measures here. In addition to reviewing these materials, our partners should keep in mind next steps:

  • Due Tomorrow, February 15, 2017: We’ve been recommending to our primary care partners that they submit an application for the Mental Health Service Corps to support behavioral health integration. The deadline to do so is tomorrow. Click here for details.
  • On March 8, 2017: Attend our next City-Wide Project Advisory Committee (PAC) meeting at the Brooklyn Public Library
  • On March 9, 2017: Call in to “Office Hours” if our partners have questions about the Workforce Impact Survey. The template will be sent out next week
  • On March 14, 2017: Attend our next monthly OneCity Health Partner Webinar. We will share final details regarding Phase II contracts. The webinar will be held from 2 – 3:30 p.m.
  • Due March 20, 2017: Our partners should satisfy their DSRIP training and compliance requirements. Complete and submit the Attestation form to Kevin Rogan, and contact him with questions
  • If colleagues that have been trained in GSI or have accounts on the OneCity Health Partner Portal have left a partner’s organization, our partners should alert our support desk right away so their accounts are deactivated
  • If our partners have questions about completing metrics or submitting reports, please contact our support desk

We look forward to continuing to engage with our partners on future webinars.

Partner Webinar: Past, Present, and Looking Ahead

Thank you to our partners who attended today’s OneCity Health Partner Webinar: Past, Present, and Looking Ahead

For our partners who were unable to view the webinar, the slides are available to view here.

Please also view the webinar here:

Our partners should keep in mind next steps:

  • Five Comprehensive Schedule B metrics are due on December 31, 2016 and        five additional Patient Engagement metrics are due on January 15, 2017. For        partners required to complete these metrics, they are now available to        complete and submit on the OneCity Health Partner Portal
  • Partners who have attended GSI training for the Care Transitions or Asthma        clinical projects can now report this information and invoice for payment        through the OneCity Health Partner Portal
  • Pediatric clinical providers participating in the Asthma clinical project should        contact our support desk to let us know whether they want information about        OneCity Health’s PACE training offerings or plan to hold their own PACE        training
  • Continue to attend monthly OneCity Health Partner Webinars. Our next one        will be January 10, 2017

  • Our support desk is also available for questions.

    We look forward to continuing to engage with our partners on future webinars.

    Achieving Transformation Through Training and Education

    As we progress with our transformation efforts, it is essential for our partners to have a shared understanding of the Performing Provider System’s (PPS) goals and how to reach them. To that end, OneCity Health has undertaken numerous activities to date – and will soon launch many others – to help train and educate our partners.

    From instructing Transition Management Teams to coaching our partners to utilize the Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) survey, each OneCity Health initiative has been rooted in engaging our PPS partners with educational materials and technical assistance, which helps our partners:

    These are just a few examples; education supports improved patient and population health across our integrated delivery system and could extend to areas such as care management and information technology (IT), among other topics. OneCity Health is investing $50 million in workforce training for our network over the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program to support these efforts.

    As we make educational content available or schedule opportunities for instruction, we will reach out to our partners and ensure they are well-positioned to improve patient health. Simultaneously, we will coordinate with our PPS partners’ many training-related assets to encourage best practices and leverage our greatest strengths.

    Partner Webinar: Our Path to an Integrated Delivery System

    Thank you to our partners who attended today’s OneCity Health Partner Webinar: Our Path to an Integrated Delivery System: Contributions to Success.

    For our partners who were unable to view the webinar, the slides are available to view here.

    Please also view the webinar here:

    Our partners should keep in mind next steps:

    • For our partners that completed metrics in October, invoice us to receive payment
    • Five metrics are due on December 31, 2016. Our partners should check their Schedule B now to see if they are required to complete them. If they are, they should begin to prepare and reach out to us if they have questions. The templates will be on the OneCity Health Partner Portal in early December
    • Continue to enroll in GSI training and stay tuned for additional training dates
    • Continue to attend monthly OneCity Health Partner Webinars. Our next one will be December 13

    Our support desk is also available for questions.

    We look forward to continuing to engage with our partners on future webinars.

    Agenda for November 15 Partner Webinar

    On Tuesday, November 15, we are hosting our fourth monthly OneCity Health Partner Webinar.

    As a reminder, on these webinars we intend to further assist partners in understanding Comprehensive Schedule B requirements, discuss practical steps for project execution and reporting, and highlight best practices.

    Additionally, attending these webinars will help our partners complete the Comprehensive Schedule B performance metric to “attend 75 percent of monthly webinars hosted by OneCity Health within the Schedule B period”. We detailed the webinar series here.

    The agenda for Tuesday’s webinar is:

  • OneCity Health Partner Webinar series logistics
  • A recap of October performance metrics
    • Foundation for an integrated delivery system
    • Preparing for the next round of metrics
    • Earning payments and invoicing OneCity Health
  • A recap of patient engagement metrics
    • Strengthening primary care to improve patient care
    • Coordinating care with GSI training
  • Building toward an IDS and final reminders
  • Here is how to join:

    Tuesday, November 15th, from 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. EST
    WebEx Meeting Link: click here
    Audio Connection: 1-855-282-6330 US TOLL FREE
    Access Code: 732 648 658

    November GSI Trainings

    As we discussed in our October 11, 2016 OneCity Health Partner Webinar, we are continuing to schedule trainings for our partners in GSIHealthCoordinator (GSI), a care coordination and population health management platform. We have added a number of new sessions for November at locations across the city; please visit our Events Calendar to view the dates and register.

    There are two training options for partners contracted to provide asthma services. Please review carefully before selecting a GSI training.

      1) Partners with a distinct Schedule B for asthma community health workers – This training is for asthma community health workers who have OneCity Health patients within their caseloads and their respective supervisors
      2) Partners with the Asthma-Clinical project included in their Comprehensive Schedule B – This training is for primary care staff who are implementing the Asthma-Clinical project

    To attend a session, partners need to register ahead of time and must have a signed Schedule B with OneCity Health.