Increasingly, policymakers are acknowledging the need to transform local delivery systems to create more efficiency and lower cost. To achieve these goals, appropriate infrastructure and new provider partnerships must be established. These new models of care require careful planning, alignment of interests, and building trust between previously siloed providers across the continuum of care.
To support local transformation, many states are implementing a range of delivery system transformation programs that include:
- Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) programs
- Whole Person Care (WPC)
- Accountable Communities for Health (ACH)
- Health in all policies
- Social determinants of health
- Cross-provider collaboratives and care coordination
Our consultants have worked with state and local governments, providers, and community stakeholders in planning and implementing innovative system reform projects both in California and other states, such as Texas and New York.