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1 SIM- Data Infrastructure Subcommittee January 8, 2014

2 Data Infrastructure Charge Statement “ The SIM Data Infrastructure Subcommittee will advise key projects and objectives within the scope of SIM towards improving data infrastructure systems and technology across the state of Maine. Specifically, advising on technical capabilities related but not limited to data infrastructure investments, use of national data standards and clinical and administrative data availability and interoperability. The Subcommittee will advise the SIM partners and the Steering Committee on areas of alignment of SIM data and analytics infrastructure activities with other public and private projects underway across the State. ” 2

3 Agenda 3 Agenda and Introductions Review and Adoption of Meeting Minutes Delivery System Reform Subcommittee Payment Reform Subcommittee Meetings – Next 6 Months Interested Parties

4 SIM Subcommittee Structure 4

5 Subcommittee Scope Overlap between DSR and DIS Delivery System Reform Subcommittee Data Infrastructure Subcommittee Support system-level Quality Improvement changes – e.g. improving care transitions, reduce avoidable Emergency Department/inpatient use Support MaineCare Health Homes transformation, education, quality improvement etc. Inform development and use of Community Health Workers in transformed health care system Inform implementation of National Diabetes Prevention Program initiative Advise/promote use of health information exchange using HealthInfoNet notifications for events of care (ER/Inpatient etc.) Inform plan for reporting of clinical quality metrics under Health Homes Assess data availability (related to Behavioral Health quality reporting as it relates to health homes and HealthInfoNet’s Behavioral Health RFP) 5

6 Delivery System Reform (DSR) Subcommittee Charge Statement The SIM Delivery System Reform Subcommittee will facilitate the coordination and comprehensiveness of key system delivery reform deliverables including, but not limited to: –the Learning Collaboratives for Primary Care and Behavioral Health, –initiatives for Workforce Development, –and supportive services provided through public health and community entities, in order to accomplish the strategic objective to “support accountable and integrated patient-centered primary care in order to realize improved quality of care and service while positively impacting health outcomes, population health and cost.” 6

7 DSR Subcommittee MaineCare Health Homes Learning Collaborative –Lead Partner: MQC –Implementation Date: October 2013 –MQC will be providing quality improvement support to ~80 primary care practices participating in MaineCare’s HH’s initiative –MQC will provide direct outreach & support through: Conducting baseline onsite assessment of each HH practice to assess the degree to which they have implemented the PCMH Core Expectations Ongoing support provided by a MQC Quality Improvement Specialist Practice enrollment in the full Learning Collaborative 7

8 DSR Subcommittee MaineCare Behavioral Health Homes (BHH) Learning Collaborative –Lead Partner: Maine Quality Counts –Implementation Date: April 2014 –MQC is working closely with MaineCare to support the implementation of Stage B Health Homes (i.e. BHHs) –MQC will sponsor a BHH Learning Collaborative with up to 30 BHHOs –Planning begins Jan 2014 with launch of first educational programs in April 2014 –Goals of the Collaborative are: To improve care coordination of members To better coordinate care with their partnering PCMH/HH primary care practices 8

9 DSR Subcommittee Community Health Workers (CHW) Initiative –Lead Partner: Maine CDC –Implementation Date: October 2013 –A series of 5 pilots will be developed to test the CHW model –Goals of the pilot: Chronic disease support & management Education & promotion of preventative screening Interventions for high consumers of healthcare resources or other high-risk individuals 9

10 Examples of Data Challenges & Opportunities Not all ambulatory/primary care practices are connected to HealthInfoNet –Can’t report quality measures for Accountable Communities or Behavioral Health Homes –Can’t provide ED notification services Lack of data interoperability of clinical data that is needed to assess impact of quality improvement work 10

11 Payment Reform Subcommittee Charge Statement The Payment Reform subcommittee will help guide the SIM work related to value based insurance design; work around the identification and reporting of total cost of care, including behavioral health care; an Accountable Care Organization learning collaborative facilitated by the Maine Health Management Coalition; and the development and implementation of alternative, innovative payment models. The subcommittee will develop consensus on core measures sets for ACO performance and will assist in guiding the claims based analytics and performance measures used for public and provider reporting, including payment reform. This subcommittee will also be concerned with efforts to educate and engage the public around issues related to payment reform in Maine. 11

12 Subcommittee Scope Overlap between Payment Reform and DIS Payment ReformData Infrastructure Align innovative payment strategies (e.g. Shared Savings Accountable Care Organization models) Inform development of MaineCare Accountable Communities initiative Promote Value Based Insurance Design Inform the process of identifying cost drivers and the development of payment reform strategies being undertaken by the Health Care and Behavioral Health Care Cost Workgroups, as well as the Accountable Care Implementation workgroup Assess data availability in support of payment reform (Clinical, Claims/Administrative) Inform plan for reporting of clinical quality metrics under Accountable Communities 12

13 Key PTE Features Multi-stakeholder program established to: –Vet measures (primarily produced by national organizations) –Assign value for public reporting –Recommend how to publicly report results 13

14 Key ACI Features Multi-stakeholder group established to: –Identify interventions and pilots advancing payment reform and system redesign –Serve as learning collaborative for multi- stakeholder members –Examine Health Care Cost Workgroup findings and recommendations for adoption –Examine Value-Based Insurance Design (VBID) features for alignment and adoption –Develop and recommend common ACO/system measures for alignment of payment reform efforts (SIM) 14

15 Measure Alignment Universe of ACO & System Measures Inventory of Measures Used in Maine Market Common Set of Core Measures Common Set of Optional Measures Measures Recommended to PTE for Public Reporting 15

16 Use/Value of Measures Universe of ACO Measures: Identify scope and source of system measures Inventory of Measures in Maine Market: Identify current commercial, CMS and MaineCare measures for consistency/overlap Common Core Measure Set: Selected measures applied consistently for contracting/payment and to provide comparative reporting to inform stakeholders of performance Common Optional Measure Set: Selected to address local or organizational priorities Recommended Measures to PTE: Measures for consideration of value assignment and public reporting 16

17 Data Infrastructure Upcoming Meetings Date & TimeExpected Project Agenda Items Wednesday, March 5 th, 2p-4pUpdates on BH RFP, Introduction to HIN-MC Dashboard Project and ED Notifications Wednesday, May 7 th, 2p-4pReview Status of BH RFP, TBD Wednesday, June 4 th, 2p-4pTBD Wednesday, September 3 rd, 2p-4pTBD 17

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