Date: November 18, 2020
Time: 12:20 PM Central
In September 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Innovation Center (CMMI) released the notice of funding opportunity for the Community Health Access and Rural Transformation (CHART) Community Transformation Track.
CMMI states that the “CHART Model will test whether aligned financial incentives, increased operational flexibility, and robust technical support promote rural health care providers’ capacity to implement effective health care delivery system redesign on a broad scale.”
This second session in the Rural Health Value team’s Let’s talk about CHART! series will help you plan and prepare for a CHART Community Transformation Track application. The session’s focus will be on CHART Lead Organizations, although all interested stakeholders are welcome to participate. Join the discussion with the Rural Health Value team and guest experts who have led or participated in other rural global payment programs to understand:
- What it takes to serve as a Lead Organization
- What the key planning and readiness activities are which should be underway now as part of the pre-application process
- What partners Lead Organizations will need and want to engage
- And more
The target audience includes rural hospitals, state offices of rural health, state-based payers, health systems, rural health networks, and others interested in potentially pursuing participation in the Model.
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Contact Karla Weng, email@example.com.
Rural Health Value is a national initiative funded by a cooperative agreement from the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) with the RUPRI Center for Rural Health Policy Analysis (RUPRI Center) and StratisHealth. The Rural Health Value team analyzes rural implications of changes in the organization, finance, and delivery of health care services and assists rural communities and providers transition to a high-performance rural health system.