Upcoming 2018 Programs
October 30, 2018: 2:00 – 3:30 pm
VBP Lessons Learned Webinar
The Department of Health, Office of Health Insurance Programs, Bureau of Social Determinants of Health, will be hosting the third in the series of Early Lessons Learned Webinars from Value Based Payment (VBP) Pilot participants.
The webinar is for Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Managed Long-Term Care Plans, Managed Care Organizations, and VBP Contractors, who are interested in, or are in the process of, creating and entering into a VBP contract for a social determinant of health intervention. This webinar will feature a joint presentation from SOMOS Community Care and Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation (NMIC).
Leaders from both sides will discuss the creation of their intervention along with the challenges, opportunities, effective strategies, and early successes with their social determinant of health intervention.
Register for the webinar:
December 3 – 4, 2018
NYS Council Annual Conference and Membership Meeting
Join the NYS Council for our 2018 Annual Conference and Membership Meeting. We have planned an agenda which addresses some of the most critical issues our sector faces. This is a unique chance to learn about and discuss our challenges and opportunities with state leaders, healthcare partners, and each other.
A special feature of this year’s program includes a joint session with members of the Community Health Care Association of NYS (CHCANYS).
The NYS Council and CHCANYS were awarded a grant to be part of the first cohort of the Delta Center State Learning and Action Collaborative. The Collaborative will bring grantees representing community health centers and behavioral health organizations together to learn from experts and their peers with the goal of advancing value-based payment and care in the safety net.
On December 4, there will be a joint NYS Council/CHCANYS membership session that will focus on community health centers (CHC) and behavioral health (BH) collaboration models, approaches to integrated care in VBP arrangements, and networking to share lessons learned and best practices.