Commonwealth Medicine, Center for Health Policy and Research; Commonwealth Medicine, Data Management
Health Economics | Health Law and Policy | Health Policy | Health Services Administration | Health Services Research
The strategies used by the Southern New England Practice Transformation Network (SNE-PTN), a collaborative led by UMass Medical School and UConn Health, to enroll more than 5,000 clinicians from a variety of specialties by the end of October 2016. The strategies led SNE-PTN to achieve 186 percent of the year one enrollment target.
SNE-PTN is one of 29 practice transformation networks across the country chosen by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to be part of its Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative. This practice transformation program aims to bring together specialty and primary care clinicians to work individually and collaboratively to transform care delivery under rapidly evolving payment models.
Medicaid, Medicare, payment reform, practice transformation, Southern New England Practice Transformation Network
CMS Quality Conference
Polakoff, David, "Southern New England Practice Transformation Network: Thinking Outside the Box Solved Our Enrollment Challenges" (2016). Commonwealth Medicine Publications. 173.