Ohio Kentucky Primary Care Initiative RFP

CSS is pleased to partner with the Ohio Kentucky Primary Care Initiative as they seek a vendor to create, manage, and maintain a shared data platform. The successful vendor will be required to:

  • Aggregate medical and pharmacy claims from at least nine (9) health plans.
  • Attribute each member and their associated measures to a primary care physician and/or a primary care mid-level provider
  • Produce a core set of quality and financial measures (specified in section 4.2.4.)
  • Aggregated data and resulting measures are intended to support the practices achievement of CPCi and meaningful use goals

Click here to download the RFP questions for the Ohio Kentucky Primary Care Initiative.

 

 

AUTHOR

James Notaro, RPh, PhD

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