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10 Things to know about MACRA This handy infographic gathers together 10 things you need to know about MACRA and new payment models.
1-844-520-PAIN (7246) UW Medicine pain pharmacists and physicians are available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (excluding holidays) to provide clinical advice at no charge to you. Consultations for clinicians treating patients with complex pain medication regimens, particularly high dose opioids. Keywords: Psychiatry, Treatment, Mental, Team, Collaborative, Primary, Integration, Behavioral, Care, Health, Opioid
UW TelePain A service for community-practice providers to increase knowledge and skills in chronic pain management UW TelePain sessions are collegial, audio/video-based conferences that include: 1. Didactic presentations from the UW Pain Medicine curriculum for primary care providers. 2. Case presentations from community clinicians. 3. Interactive consultations for providers with a multi-disciplinary panel of specialists.
Public reporting document for commercial and Medicaid payors and performance by county, region, and individual clinics.
Under an agreement with the federal government, the Health Care Authority is testing new and innovative approaches to providing health coverage and care. This initiative is called Healthier Washington (https://www.hca.wa.gov/ about-hca/healthierwashington).One of Healthier Washington’s goals is to move 90 percent of state financed health care to VBP by 2021. While much of the focus to date has been on adult care, to reach state goals of 90 percent of payments in value-based care, VBP must also focus on child health care.
This document lists Accountable Communities of Health (ACH) contacts and governance. It is an excerpt from “Building the Foundation for Regional Health Improvement: Evaluating Washington’s Accountable Communities of Health.”
Find out more about Washington's Accountable Communities of Health (ACHs) on the Health Care Authority webpage.
This short video is about Accountable Communities of Health. Accountable Communities of Health (ACHs) bring together leaders from multiple health sectors around the state with a common interest in improving health and health equity. As ACHs better align resources and activities they improve whole person health and wellness.
This resource features a video interview from a series with behavioral health experts. In this video, Dr. Brad Anderson, Chief of Addictions Medicine at Kaiser Permanente Northwest, talks about the ways that addiction treatment services have been integrated into primary care and what works well.
ACEs Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) refers to traumatic events experienced in childhood that impact health over the lifespan. These include physical, emotional and sexual abuse, neglect, and/or family dysfunction. Learn more from the Population Health Guide about Specific ACEs linked to negative health outcomes in adulthood, including: experiencing homelessness, community violence, discrimination, and deportation or migration.