Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI)Large Scale Health Transformation
Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI)
The U.S. healthcare system is rapidly moving from a volume-driven, primarily fee-for-service model to multiple integrated care models that incorporate a variety of innovative payment structures. Clinicians who will be affected by evolving CMS payment reforms, such as the Physician Value-Based Payment Modifier (VM) and other programs, are increasingly being held to higher levels of accountability for the quality and efficiency of the care they provide. An increase in accountability from these programs demands that clinicians transform the way they deliver care.
The Great Plains Quality Innovation Network is collaborating with clinicians in our region through the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) model to achieve large-scale health transformation. Initiative goals include:
- Promoting payment and practice reform in primary/specialty care
- Fostering care coordination between providers
- Establishing community-based health teams to support chronic care management
- Promoting improved quality and reduced costs through a collaborative of peer-based learning networks.
Find out how transforming clinical practice plays an integral role in preparing to be successful in the Quality Payment Program, visit the Quality Payment Program page to learn more.
Documents & Resources
CMS Presentation Quality Initiative/Patient Assessment/Value Based Payment MACRA
CMS TCPI Awards Page
Compass Practice Transformation Network
National Rural Accountable Care (NRACC) PTN
Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative
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